Fitting Challenges

Out With the Old, in With the New

This patient was able to take off her glasses once and for all and focus solely on contact lens wear with the help of available fitting technologies.

Hard Case, Hard Lenses

Although RGPs can be difficult to fit, the right technique can provide challenging patients clearer vision.

Lend Color to the Fit

The transition from soft lenses to GPs can be difficult, but this creative solution could win over some of your patients.

Back at Square One—With a Twist

Clinicians should consider specialty soft contact lenses for patients who struggle with adaptation to rigid lens designs.

Double Trouble in Keratoconus

Lenticular astigmatism complicated an already-difficult case. This patient needed a little extra help before finding a good fit.

One Size Does Not Fit All

Custom-designed contact lenses can be a big help for your outlier patients. Here’s one case that displays the benefits.

Fitting CLs Post Trabeculectomy

It’s a tough balance between maintaining the bleb’s integrity and providing the best possible vision. Here’s how to handle the situation.

Building a Better Bandage Lens

Patients in need of pain relief deserve the comfort and protection that customization can provide.

Foggy with a Chance of Clarity

Here are a few tricks you can use when battling scleral lens fogging.

The Right Lens for a Corneal Scar

It’s not easy fitting a five-year-old with a specialty lens to correct irregular astigmatism.