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Posted on: March 26th, 2014 by G. D.

Posted on: January 29th, 2014 by G. D.

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The Scleral Lens Vault: Vaulting the Cornea

Check out my article in Contact Lens Spectrum

Posted on: August 26th, 2013 by G. D.

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Fitting Strategies for Different Forms of Ectasia

Review of Cornea and Contact Lenses

Posted on: May 7th, 2013 by G. D.

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Scleral Lenses: An Overlooked Fix for Dry Eye?

Scleral Lens Care

Posted on: February 5th, 2013 by G. D.

Check out this article on scleral lens care by Dr. Susan Gromacki.

A How-To Guide: Scleral GP Lens Care

Optometric Management

Posted on: December 3rd, 2012 by G. D.

Check out my article in Optometric Management

Adding Scleral Lenses

Designing Lenses to Work Around Scleral Obstacles

Posted on: October 1st, 2012 by G. D.

Check out my article in GP Insights.

Designing Lenses to Work Around Scleral Obstacles.

 

Scleral Lens Fenestrations

Posted on: August 16th, 2012 by G. D.

Check out my article in GP Insights on scleral lens fenestrations.

 

 

Application/Removal and Care of Scleral Lenses Video

Posted on: May 17th, 2012 by G. D.

The Scleral Lens Education Society, in partnership with B+L, has put together a comprehensive video on the application/removal and care of scleral lenses.

Application/Removal and Care of Scleral Lenses Video

Specialty soft lenses for keratoconus

Posted on: March 16th, 2012 by G. D.

Improvements in specialty lens designs have made this contact lens modality a viable option for patients who have mild to moderate keratoconus. Generally, these soft lenses have center thickness 4X  greater than standard soft lenses, which allows them to mask surface irregularity caused by keratoconus. When necessary, they can be manufactured using silicone hydrogel material that increase oxygen to the corneal surface. Specialty soft lenses for keratoconus can be a successful alternative when standard GP designs fail secondary to comfort issues.

For mor information, read my article on this subject that I co-authored with Dr. Eiden in Contact Lens Spectrum.

http://www.clspectrum.com/articleviewer.aspx?articleID=106552