Scleral Contact Lenses for Keratoconus in Fort Lauderdale
At the Weston Contact Lens Institutes, scleral contact lenses are among our top specialties. For conditions ranging from dry eye syndrome and chemical burns to Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and corneal transplant recovery, scleral […]Read More
What is it like Living with Keratoconus?
To call the eye a complex organ would be an understatement. That complexity is what enables us to see, but it’s also what creates a diverse range of conditions that […]Read More
What Is Keratoconus and How We Use Scleral Lenses to Correct Vision
The dome-shaped, transparent layer at the front of your eye is known as the cornea. The cornea helps you see by focusing light into your eye. Sometimes, the cornea bulges out […]Read More
What Is It Like to Wear Scleral Lenses with Advanced Keratoconus?
There are several different types of contact lenses your eye doctor may recommend if you have keratoconus. However, scleral lenses are indeed a cut above. These rigid gas permeable lenses […]Read More