Keratoconus is an eye condition that causes blurry and distorted vision.
Do you have keratoconus?
Are you looking help to see your best?
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How we can help
Treatment with scleral contact lenses
Meet Rene. He has keratoconus.
“After 30 years with Keratoconus, finally I got the best doctors, they are very focused in my case. Now I’m very happy using scleral lenses with the best power. Now I have very good vision than I ever got in my years I’ve been diagnosed.”
Rene was fitted with scleral lenses by our eye doctors. He is seeing 20/20 with both eyes.
What is Keratoconus?
This frustrating eye condition occurs when the front part of the eyes are abnormally shaped. The cornea, or the front shape of the eye, bulges out like a belly instead of a normal dome shape.
People dealing with Keratoconus will notice:
-blurred and distorted vision
-itchy eyes and eye rubbing
-light sensitivity and glare especially at night time
-unusually high astigmatism correction on glasses
-fluctuating vision through glasses and contact lenses
Research is still being done to determine why people have keratoconus. There may be a family link.
This eye problem tend to appear when people are in their late teens to early 20s.
Keratoconus affects both eyes, typically one eye more than the other.
If your condition is mild, regular eyeglasses will help you see better.
Special Contact Lenses
In moderate cases, special contacts are required for good vision.
Surgeries like: Collagen cross-linking, corneal transplant and Intacs.