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Scleral Lens Fit Series Part 4: Finding the Rx

Corneal Topography

This is part four of our scleral lens fitting series. This video discusses how the lens for the initial fit does not have the correct power for the patient. Once we have a lens that’s fitting properly we will do what’s called an over refraction. We will find the power we need to adjust the lens by so a patient can see clearly. Our hope with the Insight Scleral Lens is that they will see clearly both in the distance and up close. Finding the power needed for the lens is done the same way we find the power we need to put in your glasses at a regular exam.

Scleral Lens Fit Series Part 4: Finding the Rx

Scleral Lens Fit Series Part 3: Lens Insertion

Scleral Lens Fit Series Part 2: Who can wear scleral lenses?

Scleral Lens Fit Series Part 1: Before the Fit Begins?

Dr. Susan Elizondo

Dr. Susan Elizondo

Dr. Susan Elizondo has been practicing optometry for 10 years, and proudly took ownership of Westlake Hills Vision Center in 2019. She has a passion for nutrition and practices a plant based approach to health and healing.

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