We are your specialty lens professionals.

Our specialty contact lens examinations include:

• Medical Eye Exam
• Topography
• Pachymetry
• Anterior Segment Photography
• Anterior Segment OCT
• Dry Eye Testing

Are you a candidate for a specialty contact lens? While most patients are able to wear traditional soft contact lenses, not everyone is so lucky. We treat patients with high astigmatism, keratoconus and other ectasias, corneal transplants, irregular corneas, ocular surface disease, and other conditions which benefit from specialty contact lens wear.

We welcome hard to fit contact lens patients. Many of our patients have been told in the past that they were not good candidates for contact lenses. Dr. Meredith Treece is uniquely trained in fitting specialized contact lenses including scleral lenses. Using the latest technology, Dr. Treece is able to provide comfortable contact lenses for even the most complex cases. Dr. Treece sees patients up and down the east coast and has lectured on contact lenses.

In order to achieve an appropriate fit, your appointments will be longer than the traditional eye examination. Several adjustments of your lenses to optimize your fit should be expected.

Scleral Lenses

Custom designed scleral lenses help patients with sensitive eyes or corneal irregularities achieve dramatic improvements in visual acuity and comfort. Scleral lenses vault over the cornea and rest on the sclera instead. This creates a new optical surface and prevents discomfort by minimizing irritation to the cornea.

Gas Permeable Lenses

Gas permeable contact lenses are rigid lenses made of durable plastics that allow oxygen to pass through the lens. These lenses also are called GP lenses, rigid gas permeable lenses, RGP lenses and oxygen permeable lenses.

Myopia Control Lenses

Introducing MiSight, the specialized prescription lens that helps correct far vision and reduces strain for near vision. This lens corrects and controls Myopia, all at the same time. It is superior to single vision lenses, which only corrects far vision without helping to reduce strain on near vision.

Keratoconus Lenses

Contact lens fitting for KC is part science, part art. A great deal of patience is required both on the part of the fitter and the patient. Rely on an experienced KC lens fitter to select the best lens for your eye. The needs of each individual is carefully weighed to find the lens that offers the best combination of visual acuity, comfort and corneal health.

Best in the Industry

Dr. Meredith Treece is the Director of our Specialty Lens Center and is uniquely trained in fitting specialized contact lenses. Using the latest technology, Dr. Treece provides comfortable contact lenses for even the most complex cases.

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