There are several diseases that make wearing contact lenses problematic, however at our Specialty Contact Lens Center, our doctors can help. Dr. Treece is highly trained in the fitting of Specialty Contact lenses.
Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease where the normal cornea thins and begins to bulge into a cone-like shape. This cone causes irregular astigmatism and near-sightedness leading to distorted vision, glare and light sensitivity. It is usually first diagnosed in teens and adults.
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Ocular Surface Disease
Ocular surface diseases are disorders of the surface of the cornea-the transparent layer that forms the front of your eye. Inadequate tear production and dry eye are the results of Ocular Surface Disease. These diseases can be treated with combined with our Dry Eye Center and our Specialty Contact Lens Center to help restore your sight.
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Presbyopia: Over 40?
You need a multifocal. Around age 40, we all begin to experience vision changes. These changes make it difficult to read things at near. This is called Presbyopia. Patients with Presbyopia require bifocal or progressive glasses and contact lenses.
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