Advancements in contact lens technology offer the potential for successful contact lens wear to most of our patients. Contact lenses not only enhance visual acuity and appearance, but also improve performance in different visual tasks; helps avoid fogging of glasses in different environments, and also improve performance of other fast activities like sports.

Keratoconus (KC)

Keratoconus is a thinning disorder of the cornea that causes distortion and reduced vision

Dispensing Specialty Contact Lenses

Scleral Contact Lenses, Soft Toric Lenses, Rose-K Lenses for Keratoconus, Bifocal Contact Lenses, Piggyback Lenses for Keratoconus, Soft-perm lenses

Dispensing of different types of regular contact lenses

Daily wear and extended wear Soft Disposable Lenses, Soft Conventional Lenses, Rigid Gas Permeable Lenses, Cosmetic lenses, Prosthetic lenses, and Bandage contact lenses

Dispensing of appropriate Contact Lens Solutions for a different type of lenses

Indications of contact lenses

  • Optical Indications
  • Anisometropia and Unilateral Aphakia
  • Pediatric Contact Lenses
  • Bifocal Contact Lenses
  • Specialty Contact Lenses
Pellucid marginal degeneration (PMD)

A condition whereby the lower cornea becomes thinner and the optic surface of the cornea becomes irregular and the vision becomes blurry.

Corneal irregularity resulting from Ocular injury, disease, infection or surgery including those who have had corneal transplant surgery, radial keratotomy surgery or those with corneal scarring and irregularities from injury or corneal disease experiencing poor vision from the visual distortions

These conditions can be manage with specialized lenses

  • Rigid gas permeable contact lenses
  • Rose K contact lenses
  • Piggyback contact lenses
  • Scleral contact lenses
  • Hybrid Contact Lenses