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Scleral Lenses For Irregular, Oddly Shaped Eyes

Scleral contact lenses are a game-changer for people who have challenges with wearing traditional contact lenses due to hard-to-fit eye conditions. Unlike regular contacts, they allow oxygen to reach the eyes (meaning they’re gas-permeable) and provide a comfortable fit by gently resting on the whites of your eyes without touching the cornea.

Types of Scleral Lenses

There are 3 types of sclerals, namely:

  • Semi scleral lenses
  • Mini scleral lenses
  • Full scleral lenses

An eye doctor can help you pick the most suitable type of scleral lenses for your vision needs.

Use of Scleral Lenses

These revolutionary contact lenses offer crystal-clear vision and consistent hydration, making them suitable for people with eye conditions such as dry eye, which causes these symptoms:

  • Semi scleral lenses
  • Mini scleral lenses
  • Full scleral lenses
  • Blurry Vision
  • Redness

Are Scleral Lenses Right for You?

We take a proactive approach to eye care. That’s why we offer scleral lenses as a solution for dry eye and other conditions, but only after conducting a comprehensive eye exam. Schedule an appointment with us today to find out if sclerals are right for you.

Our Treatment Options & Tech

OCT Treatment for Dry Eye​

Imagine having the ability to manage eye conditions and potentially prevent future vision loss before any symptoms begin. With Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), it’s possible!

This non-invasive diagnostic tool assesses eye health using a technology called digital retinal photography which allows our eye doctor to see what lies beneath the surface of the eye. OCT also measures visual ability and allows the eye doctor to compare images from past exams, so that even the tiniest changes are detected over time. This screening enables the early identification of eye conditions such as macular degeneration, retinopathy, and glaucoma. It can also detect corneal irregularities including keratoconus and astigmatism, which can be corrected using scleral lenses.

Everyone Needs an OCT Scan, Especially:

  • People over 25
  • Diabetic patients
  • People diagnosed with glaucoma
  • People with a family history of eye health

Profilometry Treatment for Dry Eye

Finding the right eye care solutions for your unique needs starts with a comprehensive screening. Profilometry is a cutting-edge instrument that can profile the surface of your eyes with remarkable precision. Using non-invasive and 3D scanning, it maps the shape of your eyes, allowing for the detection of any irregularities. With this detailed information at hand, finding the perfect lens or eye care solution becomes a breeze. But here’s the catch: early detection is the key, so schedule a screening if you’re experiencing changes in your vision.


  • Quick and accurate
  • Allows for early detection of eye conditions
  • Offers tailored eye care solutions

Wave Lens Treatment for Dry Eye

Just like our individual fingerprints, our eyes have their own uniqueness, especially when it comes to the cornea. That’s where Wave comes in. It’s a contact lens solution that truly matches the ‘fingerprint’ of your cornea.

It uses advanced technology, including a special video camera and mapping tools to capture millions of data points and craft a customized lens that perfectly conforms to the unique contours of your eye.

If you have astigmatism, keratoconus, or any other corneal irregularity, you can benefit from Wave’s custom scleral lens technology.


  • Quick and easy
  • Zero contact
  • Precise
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EyePrintPro Treatment for Dry Eye​

EyePrintPRO takes eye care to new heights. It’s a cutting-edge scleral lens technology that uses 3-D imaging capabilities to capture the unique curvature of your eye’s surface. It’s revolutionary for people who have hard-to-fit eye conditions, including keratoconus, abnormal myopia, dry eye, eye injuries, deformities, and severe burns. People who want crystal-clear vision and unmatched comfort can also benefit from these custom lenses.


  • Quick and easy
  • Zero contact with the cornea
  • Tailor made for you, which offers comfort

Contact us to find out if you can benefit from EyePrintPRO.

Rigid Gas Permable (RGP) Lenses

What Are RGP Contact Lenses?

RGP lenses are crafted from sturdy silicone, which allows a constant flow of oxygen to reach the cornea. Unlike their outdated hard lens counterparts, RGP lenses also cover 75% of the cornea, floating effortlessly above the tear film. This means they offer comfort and stability and are less likely to slip during physical activities and sports. Although there’s an adjustment period for these lenses, once your eyes get used to them, you can hardly tell that they’re there!

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Who Should Consider RGP Lenses?

  • People with astigmatism or keratoconus who need to correct the distortions caused by an irregularly shaped cornea
  • Adults over 40 with presbyopia who need bifocals/multifocals for vision correction at multiple distances
  • Children and young adults with myopia who wear customized Ortho-k lenses that temporarily reshape the cornea overnight


  • Tear-free comfort: They’re made from non-aqueous materials, which simply means they prevent tears from sticking to them
  • Long-lasting durability: You can enjoy years of reliable usage
  • Cost-effective: Although the initial cost is expensive, these lenses last up to 2 years and are more affordable in the long run
  • Sharper vision: They maintain shape and offer consistently clear vision
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Custom Prosthetic Lenses

Prosthetic lenses are a great solution for people with corneal irregularities. They improve the appearance of abnormalities caused by eye disease, trauma, or defects. They can also be customized to either include or exclude prescription, meaning they’re versatile for aesthetic purposes or correcting nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatism.


  • Soft or gas-permeable lenses
  • Prosthetic paint matching: Colors that closely match the appearance of a healthy eye
  • Light blocking design: Specific designs that prevent glare from reaching the retina


  • People with severe light sensitivity
  • People with disfiguring conditions or incomplete formation of the pupil
  • People who lack healthy eye pigmentation
  • People with corneal trauma

Schedule a Free Consultation With a Specialist