Keratonconus is a progressive corneal eye disease, treatable with surgical and non-surgical methods such as Scleral Lenses.
Keratonconus is a progressive corneal eye disease in which the thickness of the cornea thins and the curvature begins to bulge into a steeper cone-like shape.
We offer various solutions in treating Keratonconus including non-surgical procedures.
Video training library for Scleral lens insertion, removal, and application techniques.
Scleral contact Lens Insertion, Removal, and Lens Care – Scleral Lens Education Society
Learn more on insertion and removal techniques using scleral and RGP lenses in our video library.
Helpful information including case samples, topography and pachymetry examples, grading classifications, and CPT codes.
Helpful data and case study examples.
Examples, grading classifications, and helpful codes and tips.
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