Keratoconus is an eye disease where the front part of your eye (called the cornea) starts to thin and steepen. As a result, your vision becomes distorted and you may not be able to see clearly with standard glasses or contacts.
We don’t know what causes Keratoconus, but we do know about some risk factors. Genetics and eye rubbing may play a role.
At the Contact Lens Institute, we specialize in Keratoconus! We will complete a full assessment of your eye and review all possible options to help this disease from progressing. Call us or visit our website anytime to learn more!