The transparent, dome-like structure covering the front part of your eyes is known as the cornea. Its main function is to accurately bend light rays toward your retina. Delicate and tiny protein fibers hold your cornea in place. When they weaken, your cornea may slowly thin and bulge out, resulting in a condition called keratoconus.
We love to help people with keratoconus, like our patient Adan! Keratoconus is a condition where the cornea, which is normally round, begins to bulge into a cone-like shape. We are so happy that scleral lenses are now helping Adan to see better! When were you diagnosed with kerataconus? What type of vision correction had […]
Patients with keratoconus don’t see as well even with glasses or regular contact lenses. We really love to fit scleral lenses on patients like Jose, giving them back 20/20 vision! What first got you interested in scleral lenses? My bad eye sight. How was the fitting process? It was good. The doctor did […]
One of our services is fitting patients with keratoconus in scleral lenses. We worked with Mauricio until he got the best fit and vision with his lenses! We love making our patients happy! We are so thankful for the feedback that Mauricio gave us: What got you interested in scleral lenses? One of the […]
What is keratoconus? Keratoconus is a condition where the front tissue of the eye thins, causing it to bulge into a cone-shape. It can be treated with spectacles, soft contact lenses, rigid gas permeable lenses, or scleral lens depending on the situation. Corneal cross-linking can be done surgically to help stabilize the cornea and can […]