Specialty Lenses

New Lenses for a New Year

Highlights in 2019 will include toric multifocals, a photochromic contact lens and more.

Depth Charge

Undercorrected cylinder hindered the binocularity of this athlete. Here’s how pushing the CYL took care of it.

Unique Lenses for Unique Patients

Understanding your patients’ needs ahead of time is half the battle.

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.

Treating Presbyopia: An Armamentarium of Options

There’s no lack of methods—just a lack of motivation among many. Patients deserve a chance.

Hard Case, Hard Lenses

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

Back at Square One—With a Twist

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


Ortho-K | Myopia | Meibomian Gland Dysfunction | Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

Let’s Make It Less Complex

New scleral lens technology makes the fitting process more efficient than ever. Here’s a look at what has changed.

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.