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Are There Other Contact Lens Alternatives?

Several eye conditions and diseases can make it hard, even impossible, to wear standard contact lenses. For patients who suffer from these conditions, achieving clear vision can be difficult. That’s where scleral contact lenses and other specialty contact lenses come in.

Below you’ll find information about some of the other contact lenses we offer that are suitable for hard-to-fit eyes. Please contact us if you think any of these options would be suitable for you, or if your current lenses are giving you any trouble.

Our practice serves patients from New York City, The East Side, Roslyn, and Nassau County, New York and surrounding communities.
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