Scleral Lenses

Eyeclectic Vision Source has found Scleral Lenses to offer improved vision and comfort for patients suffering from corneal irregularities or conditions such as keratoconus, corneal ectasia, or severe dry eye syndrome. Learn more below. 

A scleral contact lens is a type of large-diameter contact lens that covers the entire cornea and extends onto the sclera (the white part of the eye). These lenses are typically made of gas-permeable materials, which allow oxygen to reach the cornea to maintain eye health.

Scleral contact lenses are often used for patients with corneal irregularities or conditions such as keratoconus, corneal ectasia, or severe dry eye syndrome. The larger size of the lens helps to create a smooth optical surface over the cornea, improving vision and reducing discomfort. These lenses can provide better vision correction and comfort compared to traditional contact lenses or glasses.

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It is important to have a proper fitting and prescription for scleral contact lenses, as they are custom-made to fit each individual’s eye shape and prescription needs. Regular follow-up appointments with an eye care professional are necessary to ensure the lenses are fitting properly and to monitor eye health.

Overall, scleral contact lenses can provide improved vision and comfort for patients with certain corneal conditions or irregularities, making them a valuable option for those who may not be able to wear traditional contact lenses.

At Eyeclectic Vision Source we use the custom Zenlens® by Bausch and Lomb. Schedule your appointment today. Make healthy vision a priority in your life and in the lives of the ones you love.

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