Keratoconus

Keratoconus contact lenses Keratoconus is an eye disease that causes progressive change of a normal cornea to bulge outward like a cone. Keratoconus begins in teens and early adulthood, either in one eye or both. FAQ on Keratoconus Contact Lens aWhat are the signs and...

Post-Refractive Surgery

Post- Refractive Surgery contact lenses Patients that do not achieve surgical outcome from refractive surgery like LASIK ( Laser in-situ keratomileusis ) can consider customised rigid gas permeable (GP) contact lenses for vision improvement .   FAQs on Post-...

Soft Disposable

Soft Disposable Contact Lenses Spherical and Toric (Astigmatism Correction) Lenses FAQs on Soft Disposable Contact Lenses aHow often should I replace my contact lenses?Replace your contact lenses as often as your optometrist suggests, even if you do not wear them...

Paediatric Orthokeratology

Paediatric Myopia and Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) A growing concern among parents In 2010, it was estimated 1.9 billion people worldwide were affected by myopia. The number might increase to 2.5 billion people by 2020, with children in Asia among the highest at-risk...

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