How to Treat Dry Eyes, Tiredness, and Discomfort with Scleral Lenses
Dry eye syndrome is a common condition in which a patient’s eyes cannot produce adequate lubrication. There are several reasons for this concern—for example, the eyes may not produce enough […]Read More
What Vision Problems Do Scleral Lenses Correct?
Have you been wearing standard contact lenses but struggling to achieve the results you want in terms of visual acuity and comfort? If so, then now might be the right […]Read More
6 Reasons to Travel to South Florida for Scleral Lens Fitting by an Expert Optometrist
Have you been struggling to find a standard soft contact lens that works for you? For some vision problems or eye conditions, standard lenses are simply ineffective for delivering effective […]Read More
Specialty prosthetic lenses for cornea conditions explained
Contact lenses are typically used first and foremost for vision correction. At Weston Contact Lens Institute, we regularly work with patients to prescribe and fit the best lenses to treat […]Read More