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    We have a tradition of obtaining excellent results in the visual rehabilitation of patients with different visual and therapeutic needs. The fitting of special lenses in keratoconus from initial to advanced and even extreme cases is the most frequent reason why patients seek IOSB.

    With more than 50 years of expertise and experience treating patients with keratoconus, we have the know-how to provide peace of mind and accurate information to patients and their families. The best alternatives for the visual rehabilitation of the patient for keratoconus are presented, when necessary, the adaptation of special rigid gas permeable lenses or scleral lenses, with excellent results in the vast majority of cases.

Fitting Special and Scleral RGPs contact lenses

• Keratoconus (from early to more advanced and extreme)

• Lasik-induced keratoconus (keratoectasis)

• Keratoglobus (keratoglobus)

• Ring Post-Implantation Contact Lens

• Post-Crosslinking Contact Lenses

• Pellucid Marginal Degeneration (DMP)

• Post-Cornea Transplantation (transplanted)

• Post-Sequelae of Refractive Surgery (PRK, Lasik, Lasek, Epi-lasik, etc.)

• Low and high order aberrations

• Post-Trauma (accidents)

• High and low myopia, hyperopia, aphakia, high astigmatism

• Complications of soft and disposable lenses

• Adaptation and Readaptation ("I can't use", "I didn't adapt", ect.)

• Presbyopia (eye strain) / RGPs and Multifocal Gelatinous Lenses

• Dry Eye, Sjöern Syndrome, Stevens Johnson Syndrome (Therapeutic Treatment with Scleral Lens)

Eye exams

• Corneal assessment and visual acuity

• Assessment of Dry Eye Syndrome and Ocular Allergy

• Testing of RGPs, Soft and Disposable contact lenses

• Computerized and manual refraction

• Computerized and manual keratometry

• Computerized Topography*

• Anterior Segment Tomography (Pentacam)*
• Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)*

• Fundoscopy (Fund of eye)

• Tonometry (Intraocular Pressure)

• Retina Mapping*
• Specular Microscopy*
• Ultrasonic Pachymetry*


*Note Exams carried out at the Diagnostic Ocular Center (COD)

Training and guidance:

• Eyewear: Adaptation, use and conservation of eyeglasses.

• Contact Lenses: How to put on/take off, clean and care for contact lenses

• Surgery: Guidelines on care, eye drops and pre- and post-surgical medications

• Follow-up and readaptation of post-surgical contact lenses

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