Scleral contact lenses have an opportunity to improve many optometric practices. These contact lenses can help patients with unique visual needs when other contact lenses are not an option. This is especially true for patients who are struggling in their current contact lenses. This course will review the many applications of scleral contact lenses and the fitting techniques to optimize success and begin fitting this type of lens in your practice. It will also include case examples to strengthen the arguments in the lecture

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Erick Henderson, O.D.



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