What Are Specialty Contact Lenses?
Wave Contact Lenses
Not every contact lens fits every eye. In fact, many complications can occur rendering some of the most popular contact lenses useless. For instance, certain eye conditions such as Keratoconus, Dry Eye Syndrome and Corneal Scarring often fail in traditional contact lenses.
Additionally, patients who have had refractive surgery such as LASIK or RK that need corrective lenses often struggle to see clearly with glasses or traditional contacts. While these exceptional products often help patients regain their clear sight again, they also can help those with normal eye health who seek optimum vision. Often, those with astigmatism or those who wish to have bifocal contact lenses make great candidates for specialty contact lenses.
Wave lenses are unique and customized lenses designed for your specific eye using corneal topography data. The topographer captures over 80,000 data points describing the shape and size of your cornea. The information is imported into lens designing software thereby creating one-of-a-kind lenses. In fact, no two lenses are alike, though the lenses are reproducible once designed.
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