An MSD scleral lens over an eye that suffered a traumatic injury. Without the lens, the patient’s vision was 20/400. Fortunately, his vision was corrected to 20/25.
This is a photo of a front surface toric MSD scleral lens on a keratoconic eye. You can see the continuity of the subconjunctival vessel’s underneath the edge of the scleral lens in all quadrants, indicating a good edge fit. This patient is able to wear the lens comfortably throughout the day.
This is an MSD Scleral Lens on a patient who was diagnosed with Terrien’s Marginal Degeneration. The vision with glasses was 20/50 for both the right and left eye. The vision improved to 20/20 in both eyes with scleral lenses.
This is a front surface toric MSD scleral lens on a keratoconic eye. The patient is able to see 20/20 with this design of a Scleral Lens.