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Scleral and Speciality Lenses

Scleral Lenses

Scleral Lenses

Scleral contacts are gas-permeable contact lenses with a wide diameter that vault over all the entire corneal surface and settle on the white of the eye (sclera). Scleral contact lenses vault above the cornea and rest their weight on the sclera. These lenses can help with vision problems caused by abnormal corneas, refractive defects, and a variety of other disorders.
Types
There are a variety of scleral lenses, each having its own attributes and features.
Which lens suits you the best? This can be recommended by an expert eye specialist, which can be found in good eye hospitals.

Use of Scleral Lenses

As Scleral contact lenses have become an important clinical option for patients with ocular surface disease because they shield the ocular surface, provide constant corneal hydration although providing optimal vision correction, and mostly used in combination with other treatments. Scleral lenses will help you see better and reduce pain. Some of the symptoms of having dry eyes and an indication for you that it may lead to an eye disease are

Are Scleral Lenses Right For You

Scleral lenses should never be used as the first action against any eye complications. If you are being faced with dry eyes or other complications, the first thing you need to do is visit an effective eye care hospital like the dry eye specialty center. Scleral lenses can also benefit patients who can’t wear regular contact lenses due to extreme dry eyes. The area between the cornea and the scleral lens serves as a moisture reservoir. Wearing scleral lenses is much more convenient thanks to the additional moisture.

Our Treatment Options & Tech

OCT Treatment for Dry Eye​

What if you could manage eye conditions before you ever noticed symptoms and potentially prevent future vision loss? The concept is not so improbable with proper evaluation. Optical Coherence Tomography is an extraordinarily effective and noninvasive diagnostic evaluation of overall eye health. OCT uses digital retinal photography to expose occurrences beneath the eye's surface. During this safe imaging process, a picture generates through the measurement of reflective light. In addition to evaluating eye health, it also gauges visual ability. OCT also allows comparison of images from prior evaluations to measure even the slightest changes to the eye over time. This screening could help indicate early warning signs of conditions like macular degeneration, retinopathy, and glaucoma. This screening can also aid with recommended eye care before ever noticing a symptom and preventing disease. Rather than wait for signs or symptoms, schedule a screening with us today.
We recommend OCT for anyone curious about their eye health, especially:
Those over 25 years of age Anyone with a family history of eye disease Glaucoma patients Diabetics

Profilometry Treatment for Dry Eye

With so many potential eye conditions, it can be challenging to know where to begin finding eye care solutions to fit your specific needs. Whether contouring, multifocal or prosthetic resolutions are the answer, the perfect eye care begins with proper comprehensive screening. Optical profilometry is an instrument of measurement capable of profiling the optical surface through non-invasive and three-dimensional scanning. This mapping of the eye allows for the diagnosis of irregularities with unrivaled accuracy and uniquely precise solutions. Profilometry can quickly aid the determination of the perfect lens and is the best approach to finding the perfect eye care solution for you. Regardless of what your individual needs are, the best solution is early detection. If you are noticing vision changes, you should schedule a screening with us today.
Benefits of Profilometry:
Quick and easy Zero contact Precise

Wave Lens Treatment for dry eye​

No 2 fingerprints are alike, and someone's eyes, particularly the cornea, aren't any different. Like such a fingerprint, a cornea does have its unique form and texture. As a result, it's just natural for a contact lens to represent the cornea. Wave is specially made using the corneal "fingerprint." Wave uses a unique video camera with tools to create a visual map of the cornea that contains millions of numbers. The doctor uses the chart details, including Wave's special modeling tools, to make a personalized lens follow almost any small outline on your eye cornea. For patients needing adjustment of close or distant vision, mixed reading, and distant vision, astigmatism, keratoconus, or post-surgical adjustments, the physicians are trained and certified to use Wave custom scleral lens technology
Benefits of Wave Lens:
Quick and easy Zero contact Precise

Eyeprintpro Treatment for Dry Eye​

EyePrintPro seems to be a modern scleral lens tech that provides a 3-D image of the whole ocular surface's exact curvatures. An accurate fit of each human cornea, including the sclera, is obtained using 3D imaging as well as instrumentation systems. The EyePrintPRO is indeed an artificial scleral shell that may help people with keratoconus, abnormal nearsightedness, ocular surface disorder (dry eye), injuries, acute cases with deformed eyes, severe burns, or just want clearer vision & convenience. This one-of-a-kind system creates a personalized perception of your eye for patients who have failed to achieve optimum vision and relaxation and patients with more complicated diseases. The eye impressions provide an utterly personalized match for every patient, ensuring the most delicate vision and relaxation. If you are experiencing signs of keratoconus, call us so we can diagnose your vision condition and suggest an appropriate plan of action for your visual needs.
Benefits of Eyeprintpro:
Quick and easy Zero contact Precise

RGP LENSES

What are RGP contact lenses?
Rigid gas permeable contact lenses or oxygen permeable lenses are breathable lenses fabricated from sturdy silicone that permits a stream of oxygen to the cornea. These rigid lenses float above tear film and canvas 75% of the cornea. RGP lenses are large in comparison to the obsolete hard lens. They are designed for more comfort over the eye surface and remain more secure during physical activity and sports. When comparing to soft lenses, which stay on a little more securely during intense activity, RGP lenses prevail as the better lens choice in many other ways. They provide better vision due to their rigidity and last longer. People may lean toward soft lenses because of initial comfort. However, once allowing adaptation for RGP lenses, they eventually become comfortable after consistent wear. Additionally, their durability allows for a more long-term and cost-effective option.
Who should consider RGP lenses?
Anyone willing to await the adaptation period necessary to achieve comfort to enjoy the following:
  • Advanced optical acuity for those with astigmatism. Visual coverage for distortion caused by a misshaped cornea or keratoconus.
  • Superior bifocal and multifocal design availability options for presbyopia patients.
  • Custom ortho-k nightwear to reshape the cornea and improve vision during sleep.
Contact us today to find out more information on how RGP lenses may be the best option for you.
What makes RGP lenses better?
Gas permeable lenses are superior to soft lenses any many ways:
  • Tears do not adhere to the non-aqueous construction of the lens.
  • A more durable structure allows for years of usage.
  • They retain shape when blinking to allow for sharper vision than soft lenses.

CUSTOM PROSTHETIC LENSES

Prosthetic lenses conceal irregularities and enhance the appearance of abnormality produced by eye disease, trauma, and defects. Custom lenses can exclude or include prescriptive strength. This option allows for aesthetic uses or correcting nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism. There are various customizable options to fit specific needs:
  • Conventional soft or oxygen-permeable lens availability.
  • Prosthetic paint matching options reflecting the appearance of a healthy eye.
  • Light blocking design to reduce glare reaching the retina.
Who benefits the most from prosthetic contact lenses:
  • Those with severe light sensitivity or distress with how the eye focuses light.
  • Those with disfiguring conditions or incomplete formation of the pupil.
  • Those who lack healthy eye pigmentation.
  • Those who have experienced any corneal trauma.
The first step to learning how prosthetic lenses might best fit you is to contact us for an eye exam today.

OCT Treatment for dry eye:

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Profilometry Treatment for dry eye:

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Wave Lens Treatment for dry eye:

No 2 fingerprints are alike, and someone’s eyes, particularly the cornea, aren’t any different. Like such a fingerprint, a cornea does have its unique form and texture. As a result, it’s just natural for a contact lens to represent the cornea. Wave is specially made using the corneal “fingerprint.” Wave uses a unique video camera with tools to create a visual map of the cornea that contains millions of numbers. The doctor uses the chart details, including Wave’s special modeling tools, to make a personalized lens follow almost any small outline on your eye cornea. For patients needing adjustment of close or distant vision, mixed reading, and distant vision, astigmatism, keratoconus, or post-surgical adjustments, the physicians are trained and certified to use Wave custom scleral lens technology

Eyeprintpro Treatment for dry eye:

EyePrintPro seems to be a modern scleral lens tech that provides a 3-D image of the whole ocular surface’s exact curvatures. An accurate fit of each human cornea, including the sclera, is obtained using 3D imaging as well as instrumentation systems. The EyePrintPRO is indeed an artificial scleral shell that may help people with keratoconus, abnormal nearsightedness, ocular surface disorder (dry eye), injuries, acute cases with deformed eyes, severe burns, or just want clearer vision & convenience. This one-of-a-kind system creates a personalized perception of your eye for patients who have failed to achieve optimum vision and relaxation and patients with more complicated diseases. The eye impressions provide an utterly personalized match for every patient, ensuring the most delicate vision and relaxation. If you are experiencing signs of keratoconus, call us so we can diagnose your vision condition and suggest an appropriate plan of action for your visual needs.

Schedule a free consultation with a specialist.