Introduction to Scleral Contact Lens Fitting and Practice

Scleral lenses are the fastest growing segment of the gas permeable (GP) contact lens industry, and for good reason. From keratoconus to trauma to healthy eyes, sclerals are making a profound impact on our patients' quality of life. This course is for optometrists, optometry students, and paraoptometrics who are new to fitting scleral contact lenses.

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