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We fit specialty lenses for many reasons. Some of these reasons include: High Astigmatism, Myopia or Nearsightedness, Keratoconus, Corneal Surgery, Severe Dry Eye, Corneal Scarring or Irregularity, and Pupillary Defects.

In addition to providing improved vision, these lenses can offer health benefits to relieve symptoms of dryness, eye pain, and light sensitivity.

Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses (RGP)

Rigid Gas Permeable Contact Lenses (RGP)

GP Lenses are comprised of hard, rigid plastic permeable to oxygen.  Although RGP lenses may require an adaptation period, they can be just as comfortable as soft contact lens. In fact, they have been proven to provide more oxygen, better vision, durability and are more resistant to deposits than soft contact lenses.

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Hybrid Contact Lenses

Hybrid Contact Lenses

As the name suggests, Hybrid Contact Lenses are a combination of “hard” and “soft” lenses. Typically, they pair a hard lens center with a soft lens size. As a result, they provide the easy wear and seamless comfort of soft lenses, while delivering the crisp, clear vision of rigid gas permeable contacts.

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Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral Contact Lenses

Scleral lenses are large in diameter and often used for irregular, corneal conditions. As a result, each lens is custom-made and fitted for every patient. They are designed to vault over the cornea, landing on the sclera, or white of the eye. This ensures the eye remains hydrated and the corneal condition remains undisturbed.

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