September 2019


Specialty Contact Lenses for Keratoconus

Contact Lenses for Keratoconus

In a healthy eye, the corneas have a relatively standard spherical shape. When a patient has keratoconus, though, the corneal surface thins and begins to bulge outward into a cone-like […]

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Am I a Good Candidate for Scleral Contact Lenses? Here’s How to Find Out

scleral contact lenses

In recent years, the use of scleral lenses has become an increasingly common strategy to treat a variety of ocular disorders or vision problems. Scleral contact lenses are special designed contact […]

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Keratoconus and Ectasia

Keratoconus and Contact Lens Fitting

Ectasia or ectasis of the eye is a condition that affects the eye, more specifically the cornea. Keratoconus is a specific form of ectasia where the cornea thins and starts […]

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3 tips to better fit keratoconus with sclerals

Keratoconus is one of the more challenging yet more rewarding conditions that we treat in our offices. Individuals with keratoconus have a thinning of their corneas that causes a protrusion […]

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November 10th is World Keratoconus Day

World Keratoconus Day is a national awareness day sponsored by the National Keratoconus Foundation. This day is dedicated to help raise awareness about keratoconus, as well as educate and advocate […]

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