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Category: Contact Lenses

Scleral Contact Lenses

The norm these days when someone mentions contact lenses, we often think about soft silicone or silicone hydrogel contact lenses that fit comfortably on the cornea (or the clear layer on the surface of the eye) and are mainly used for cosmetic purposes in lieu of glasses. A few dozen years ago rigid gas permeable, […]

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When the Real Horror Comes After Halloween

You’ve figured out the perfect costume for Halloween and found some decorative contact lenses at the drug store that take your outfit to the next level, what could go wrong? Unfortunately, quite a bit. Contact lenses are classified as a medical device and therefore in order to sell ANY contact lenses, whether they contain a […]

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Contact Lenses

Trying to find the right contact lens is like finding the right shoe.  Some people like them softer, while some prefer more support or a more stable feel.  Either way, there’s no right or wrong type of contact lens specific for most patients.  It’s just finding the right fit for each patient that is in […]

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A Crash Course In Contact Lenses

Today’s contact lenses offer better comfort and clarity than ever. As a result they are a vision correction option for more people, even those who may have tried contacts in the past without success. Whether you are near-sighted, far-sighted, young, old, or somewhere in between there is likely a contact lens option that will fit […]

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