Specialty Lenses

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.

A Closer Look at Corneal Inlays

This new option for dealing with presbyopia shows promise. Here’s what you should know when considering a corneal approach.

Combining Optics and Comfort: Piggyback and Hybrid Lenses

Although less commonly used, these lenses could be a big help for some patients. Here’s what you need to know.

Building a Better Bandage Lens

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

Contact Lenses and Comfort: It’s a Material World

New materials, surface treatments, coatings and moisture networks mean one thing: better comfort for contact lens wearers.

Deterring Discomfort Dropouts

While contact lens discontinuation is as prevalent as ever, practitioners do have several effective methods to counteract it.

Cosmetic Contact Lenses for the Deformed Iris

This simple alternative provides added benefits.