Dr. Elise Kramer
Scleral Lenses vs. Soft Contact Lenses: Which is Right for You?
When it comes to vision correction, various options are available, such as glasses, Soft contact lenses, and scleral lenses. Contact lenses are a popular alternative to glasses for many people […]Read More
Debunking the Top 7 Myths about Keratoconus
Keratoconus is a progressive eye condition. It affects the shape of the cornea, causing it to become thinner and more cone-shaped, with distorted vision. Despite its prevalence; there are still […]Read More
How Scleral Lenses Help with Dry Eyes?
Anyone who’s worn contact lenses and suffers from dry eye can tell you that contact lenses, though often convenient, can also be decidedly uncomfortable at times. While there are different […]Read More
Do You Really Need Contacts If You Have Dry Eye Syndrome?
Dry eye is a common condition that occurs when the eyes do not produce enough tears or the tears you do produce evaporate too quickly. This can be caused by […]Read More
What is The Difference Between Nearsightedness vs. Farsightedness?
Would you rather not see your family as they approach you or not recognize them once they’re in front of you? If you need vision correction, either one of these […]Read More