Specialty Lenses

Hard Case, Hard Lenses

Although RGPs can be difficult to fit, the right technique can provide challenging patients clearer vision.

Back at Square One—With a Twist

Clinicians should consider specialty soft contact lenses for patients who struggle with adaptation to rigid lens designs.


Ortho-K | Myopia | Meibomian Gland Dysfunction | Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

Let’s Make It Less Complex

New scleral lens technology makes the fitting process more efficient than ever. Here’s a look at what has changed.

One Size Does Not Fit All

Custom-designed contact lenses can be a big help for your outlier patients. Here’s one case that displays the benefits.

A Closer Look at Corneal Inlays

This new option for dealing with presbyopia shows promise. Here’s what you should know when considering a corneal approach.

Combining Optics and Comfort: Piggyback and Hybrid Lenses

Although less commonly used, these lenses could be a big help for some patients. Here’s what you need to know.

Building a Better Bandage Lens

Patients in need of pain relief deserve the comfort and protection that customization can provide.

Contact Lenses and Comfort: It’s a Material World

New materials, surface treatments, coatings and moisture networks mean one thing: better comfort for contact lens wearers.

Deterring Discomfort Dropouts

While contact lens discontinuation is as prevalent as ever, practitioners do have several effective methods to counteract it.