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Scleral Lenses For Keratoconus and Corneal Transplant

woojan1Today we saw a lovely 55 year old white female for a consultation for specialty contact lenses.

She has keratoconus in both eyes, and had a corneal transplant a few years ago in the left eye.

She also had cataract surgery in both eyes, as well as a vitrectomy in the right eye. She currently wears a corneal gas permeable lens in the right eye and a synergeyes VS scleral lens in the left eye.

Her goals were to improve her vision and improve the fit of both lenses. We took some images with a scleral topographer, which yielded a scleral lens map to assist us with the fitting process.

We applied diagnostic scleral lenses to the right eye and left eye. With an over-refraction, she could see 20/20 in the right eye and 20/30-2 in the left eye.

She was thrilled with the vision and the comfort of the scleral lenses. We designed and ordered her custom lenses today, and we will see her back for a dispense in a few weeks.

Major thanks to Dr. Amran from Meadows Eye Clinic for referring her to us!