June 2020


What Vision Problems Do Scleral Lenses Correct?

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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 […]

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Contacts for Keratoconus: What Are My Options?

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If you are struggling with keratoconus, then you are likely in need of an alternative to standard soft contact lenses. While soft lenses can provide a great deal of both […]

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Scleral Lenses for Corneal Dystrophies

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The term “corneal dystrophies” refers to a rare group of genetic eye disorders. A person who has corneal dystrophies has an abnormal buildup of material in the cornea. The cornea […]

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Treating Patients with Scleral Lenses

Treating Patients with Scleral Lenses

You may have heard that scleral lenses could help with an eye condition you have. Perhaps your eye doctor has recommended them. Scleral lenses are specially-designed lenses that help with […]

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Commonly-Asked Questions about Scleral Lenses and Dry Eye

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Millions of people around the world suffer from dry eye, a condition in which tears in the eye are evaporating too quickly or the eye does not produce enough tears […]

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