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According to the American Academy of Optometry, many people resort to wearing scleral lenses for the comfort and stability that these lenses offer. They are gas-permeable (GP) contact lenses with a larger diameter. These lenses are also comfortable, easy-to-handle, and durable. They can provide you with sharper vision with a reduced risk for complications. If you are thinking of getting scleral lenses, here is what you should know about who a good candidate for scleral lenses is.
A chemical peel is one of the most popular and well-known types of esthetic treatment. Chemical peels are known for specifically targeting the skin on the face and neck with the aim of removing all dead, damaged, and discolored skin cells and encouraging the production of fresh, new, and more youthful-looking skin with their combination of tried and tested ingredients. However, more recently an increasing number of cosmetic and esthetic clinics are now also utilizing the chemical peel process on the backs of the hands and wrists to produce an anti-aging effect here too.
A cataract is a common vision problem that is mostly related to aging. It refers to the clouding of the eyes’ lenses, affecting vision. Cataracts generally progress slowly and present cloudy, discolored lenses, blurred vision, double vision, and light sensitivity as symptoms.
Corneal refractive therapy (CRT) or orthokeratology is a non-invasive procedure that helps align your vision as you sleep. The procedure employs the use of a gas-permeable contact lens that mildly reshapes your cornea. This procedure is done at night as you sleep which leads to clear vision during the day. A successful procedure guarantees that you will no longer need to wear contact lenses or spectacles during the day.