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If you wear scleral lenses or are considering being fitted for them, the following information will help make wearing and caring for your lenses a breeze. Although it may take some getting used to, caring for your lenses and inserting/removing them will eventually become second nature.

Please let us know if you have any other questions regarding your scleral lenses. We’d be happy to help.

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