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What is a Scleral lens?
To Keep in mind
The peculiarity of scleral lenses is the combination of the large diameter of the lens and the rigid material. The large diameter is the main factor for the increased comfort because it allows the lens to land exclusively on the conjunctival tissue, ... Read more...
Scleral lenses are gas-permeable contact lenses which diameter range from 14 to 23 mm. Scleral lenses have the peculiarity to neutralize the regular and irregular corneal anterior astigmatism. Read more...
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Handling Scleral lenses
Before handing your scleral lenses, it is necessary: to wash your hands thoroughly with liquid soap; fingernails should be clean and neatly trimmed; ... Read more...
Scleral lenses are indicated in several cases such as Keratoconus, Post refractive surgery such as LASIK, RK and PRK, Post corneal transplant,... Read More...
The do's and don'ts
Do wash or dry your hands before touching your eyes and/or contact lenses. Do have regular eye checks, which are important for everyone as some serious eye conditions do not have any... Read more...
What you need for wearing scleral lens: Cleaners, disinfection and storage solutions such as peroxide solution, application solutions (0,9 % non-preserved saline solution), ... Read more...