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Specialty Contact Lenses in Williamsville, NY

Scleral lenses for corneal irregularities, orthokeratology and myopia control in Western New York

Getting it just right is what we are all about. Advanced Eyecare Center specializes in fitting scleral lenses for corneal irregularities—such as keratoconus—and we’re one of only two offices in Western New York offering myopia control and orthokeratology.

Make an appointment today and find a solution for your eyes.

Why are some lenses difficult to fit?

Like fingerprints, your eyeballs have their own shape and irregularities which can make contact wear challenging.

Certain conditions, such as keratoconus, changes to eye shape following surgery, or dry eye, can also require special lenses and personalized care.

No matter what the cause, we will work with you or your child to map the eye and design a solution that restores sharp, comfortable vision.

Talk to us about specialty contact lens options such as scleral lenses for keratoconus (see below) or orthokeratology to improve daytime vision and protect your child from progressing myopia.

Keratoconus and scleral lenses

A progressive eye disease, keratoconus occurs when the normally round cornea thins and bulges into a cone-like shape.

The irregular shape of the cornea causes light to deflect as it enters the eye, leading to distorted vision.

Scleral contact lenses may help in this situation.

Scleral contacts are large-diameter gas permeable contact lenses that cover the entire corneal surface and rest on the “white” of the eye (sclera).

In this way, scleral lenses functionally replace the irregular cornea with a smooth optical surface to correct vision problems caused by keratoconus and other corneal irregularities. Make an appointment to learn more.

We can help

Our optometrists are experienced in fitting specialty contact lenses. Our office is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that helps us measure and custom fit lenses, restoring sharp vision with the greatest comfort for daily wear.

We are one of the only offices in the Western New York area with this advanced capability.

But technology is not the only difference. From the very first visit, you will see how much we care.

Our eye doctors take time with each patient. We understand the frustration of failed solutions and the importance of sharp vision for you or your child.

We’ll work with you to overcome challenges and develop a solution that’s easy to administer and care for at home.

Work with us

There have been so many exciting advances in technology that are improving our ability to detect and treat vision problems. Work with us, a leader in specialty contact lenses in the Western New York area.