Do you have allergic reactions to pollen, dust particles, smoke, or pet dander? If you have persistent red, itchy, watery, and sore eyes, scleral lenses may help. Because they cover a large area of the eye, they can ease some of your allergy symptoms. That’s because the outer layer of the lens protects the eye surface, so dust and pollen can’t reach it. While not a complete barrier against airborne allergens, scleral lenses can minimize the reactions to these allergens, giving you more relief.
Are Regular Contact Lenses Not Working For You?
Maybe your regular lenses are uncomfortable, maybe your eyes are dry and itchy, or maybe your vision isn’t as clear as you’d like it to be. If you’ve tried standard soft contact lenses and you still experience blurry or distorted vision, it may be time to try something else.
Even if you’ve been told that your cornea isn’t suitable for contacts, don’t give up – you may be a great candidate for scleral lenses. Talk to Dr. Moshe Roth about a consultation for sclerals. A detailed eye exam and medical history may be done in order to determine the best course of action for you.
Ready to get fitted for scleral lenses or need more information? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Moshe Roth and we’ll help find the best solution to treat your condition. Contact The Scleral Lense Center at Family Eye Care today and let us help you get the proper care and visual clarity you deserve.