Fabrice came all the way from the South of France. To help translate, he brought with him his lovely sister. His keratoconus was somewhat advanced, but Laserfit rose to the occasion and provided him with excellent quality of vision and great comfort. The beauty of Laserfit is how well-adapted it … [Read more...] about Postcard from France: Laserfit lenses for Keratoconus
Dutch ophthalmologist Herman Snellen developed the chart in 1862. We are still using it to define human vision 154 years later. The phoroptor can trace its origins back to 1909. Today, 107 years later, it is still being used to test vision and calculate refractive error for eyeglasses and contact … [Read more...] about The Tyranny of Snellen
I have recently returned from Dallas where I was fit with Laserfit wavefront scleral lenses. They are, without a doubt, the best contact lenses I have ever had! The vision is amazing, its High Definition compared to anything else I have ever tried and the comfort is amazing. I have tried a lot of … [Read more...] about Keratoconus patient talks about Laserfit scleral lenses
He ain’t heavy. He’s my scleral. Let’s face it, scleral lenses are like an overcoat: big, bulky, and ill-fitting. What happens when you take such a large piece of plastic, fill it with a milliliter of saline, and stick it on the eye? Under the forces of gravity and the upper eyelid it does the … [Read more...] about Patient achieves perfect 20/10 vision with Laserfit technology
Dr. G’s odyssey to aid compromised eyes has led to the creation of super-vision in a number of patients. What does this mean, and how is it done? Vision scientists have concluded that the human eye is actually capable of seeing 20/10 or better, and that the imperfect optics of the eye prevent this … [Read more...] about Super vision possible with scleral contact lenses
Dr. G. has spent that past couple of decades figuring out ways of restoring “normal” vision to patients with complex vision issues. But what exactly is a complex vision issue? Is it the patient with the high prescription? Possibly. We define a complex vision issue as a refractive problem which … [Read more...] about What are considered severe or complex vision issues?