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Scleral Contact Lens in Banglore

Large, gas-permeable contact lenses called scleral lenses rest on the sclera, (the white portion of the eye), and vault over the whole corneal surface. As a solution for various eye problems, they give comfort and better vision.


The way in which these types of lenses function can be described as forming a fluid supply between the lens and cornea that keeps the latter hydrated and provides an even surface for sight. This can come in handy when dealing with visual impairments caused by corneal irregularities such as severe dry eye syndrome or keratoconus.

Why Choose scleral lenses?

There is no other eyewear option that offers as much comfort throughout wear like this one due to its large size which distributes pressure evenly on top of the eyes’ front parts.

They also correct better vision among those who have undergone surgery resulting into unevenness of their cornea or people diagnosed with keratoconus.

Apart from acting as a barrier that keeps moisture levels up around sensitive tissues found at front section of one’s eyeballs; these devices can help individuals suffering from extreme cases where there is little or no tear production thus making it impossible for them to see clearly without using such an aid like wetting drops alone would not suffice.

Types of Scleral Contact Lenses:

1. Quadant Specific or Toric Scleral Lenses:
hese lenses are custom made in order to provide the best possible vision correction and astigmatism correction.

2. Software-Based Scleral Lenses (Latitude):
These lenses are made to match the specific shapes of each person’s eye by utilizing cutting-edge.

3. EyePrintPRO Scleral Contact Lenses Based on Impressions:
This kind of lens produces a highly detailed print of the eye’s surface for maximum comfort and fit.


1. Corneo-scleral lenses and semi-scleral lenses—these lenses are much larger than traditional gas permeable lenses and rest between the cornea and the sclera.

2. Mini-scleral lenses—these lenses vault over the corneal surface and rest on the anterior sclera.

3. Full-scleral lenses—these lenses are the largest type and provide the most amount of space between the back surface of the lens and cornea.

Which Type of scleral lens Is Right for You?

The best scleral lens for you depends on your lifestyle, prescription requirements and specific eye condition. It is important to consult with an optometrist who can assist in directing you towards the most suitable choice based on your needs.

Why see a specialist?

Opting to see a professional ensures that you receive individualized care as well as expert knowledge in fitting and maintaining scleral contacts. Any worries that may come up shall be addressed by them and they will provide support throughout your healing journey.

Why choose Refom vision for scleral lenses:

At Reform Vision, we have expertise in fitting scleral lenses including Dr.Reekham Lal’s specialized contact lenses in Banglore, India . Our goal is to achieve the best possible visual results with maximum patient satisfaction through experience and personalized approach.

Condition in which scleral lenses are usefull:

Conditions in Which Scleral Contact Lenses are Helpful:- Keratoconus- Pellucid Marginal Degeneration- Post Surgical Complications (e.g., Corneal Transplants)- Severe Dry Eye Syndrome- Corneal Irregularities due to Trauma or Disease

Take care of your Scleral Lens:

Every single day clean the lens with prescribed contact solution.

– Before and after every use, rinse them well.

– Always keep the lens in a clean case filled with new solution.

– Change the casing regularly to stop bacteria from growing.

– Attend all follow up appointments with an eye doctor.

Do not wear them while swimming or in hot tubs.

Use moisturizing eye drops if needed to maintain moisture in eyesight

– Touch lenses only when hands are washed clean so they don’t get contaminated

– Remove them before sleeping so that your eyes get some air

-Follow the schedule given by your eye specialist for wearing these lenses.

FAQ'S ( Frequently Asked Questions )

Ans) Scleral lenses are large-diameter medical devices that are fitted on the white portion of the eye and vault over the cornea. They are called scleral lenses. When treating diseases like dry eye syndrome and keratoconus, they work quite well.

Ans) In order to construct a custom-designed lens, the fitting process for scleral lenses entails collecting precise measurements of your eye.

Ans) Wearers of scleral lenses experience continual hydration because the lens acts as a reservoir of saline fluid. The symptoms of dry eye syndrome are greatly reduced by this hydration.

Ans) Scleral lenses offer longer-lasting relief by addressing the underlying cause of dry eye syndrome, in contrast to traditional therapies.

Ans) Absolutely. Because scleral lenses do not come into contact with the cornea, there is less likelihood of discomfort, and most patients find them to be extremely comfortable.

Ans) Yes, scleral lenses offer superior vision correction in addition to curing dry eye syndrome, particularly for those with uneven corneas.

Ans) Dr. Reekham is a highly skilled optometrist with a focus on vision rehabilitation. He uses scleral lenses to treat keratoconus and dry eye conditions.

Ans) At Reform Vision, you may receive a scleral lens fitting from Dr Reekham Lal, who provides knowledgeable consultation. To make an appointment, please contact us.