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Scleral Lens for Keratoconus: Technology Update

Scleral lenses are large-diameter lenses which rest over the sclera, unlike the conventional contact lenses which rest on the cornea. These lenses are fitted not to touch the cornea and there is a space created between the cornea and the lens. These lenses are inserted in the eyes after filling with sterile isotonic fluid. Generally, scleral contact lenses are used for high irregular astigmatism as seen in various corneal diseases such as keratoconus. Dr. Bond is now pleased to offer scleral lenses for keratoconus, a new special type of contact lens.
Dr. Bond is a specialist in fitting and dispensing these lenses. For more information schedule an appointment with Dr. Bond.

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