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Contact Lenses

At ForSight we believe in eye wear options so if you are at all interested in contact lenses, come see with us! We pride ourselves on fitting contact lenses for all types of eyes and prescriptions. Dr. Morrow specializes in hard to fit contact lenses that are used to improve the sight of those patients that have eye conditions including keratoconus, high astigmatism, post surgical corneas, and severe dry eye. Dr. Morrow began fitting specialty contact lenses in 2002 as ophthalmic technician, which sparked her passion and led her to pursue a doctorate in optometry. She considers herself an expert with all contact lens types.

Contact Lens Fittings & Designs

Soft Contact Lenses

Available in daily or monthly contact lens options. Toric contact lens designs to correct astigmatism. Multifocal designs to correct distance and near vision.

Gas Permeable Contacts

For high or difficult prescriptions such as high astigmatism, nearsightedness, farsightedness, etc.

Hybrid Contact lenses

A specialty lens design with a small gas permeable center and a soft contact lens surround to improve comfort for patients that have hard to fit prescriptions and eye diseases that prevent them from wearing a standard contact lens.

Transition Contact Lenses

This technology darkens when exposed to UV light. Great for those who frequently go from indoors to outdoors and do not want to carry a second pair of sunglasses.

Custom Contact Lenses

Scleral Lenses

Scleral lenses offer clarity and comfort for patients who have been previously told they were not good candidates for contacts or who have been unsuccessful with other types of contact lenses. Scleral lenses are custom fit to address the patient’s individual needs. Dr. Morrow brings established expertise and innovative technology to fit this highly precise lens which is allowing so many more patients to have SIGHT.

How We Can Help

Scleral lenses are large diameter rigid gas permeable contacts that are custom made for each eye. Scleral lenses may be used to improve vision and comfort for people suffering from a number of eye disorders or injuries to the eye, such as:

Dry Eye Syndrome

Graft vs. Host Disease

Keratoconus

Pellucid Degeneration

Corneal Ectasia

Disorders of the Iris

• Aniridia
• Coloboma
• Surgical Alteration

Corneas that have developed neurological changes due to Diabetes or Virus infections such as Herpes Simplex or Herpes Zoster.

What the Scleral Lens Looks Like on the Eye

Scleral lenses have been highly successful for patients with complications from post-LASIK / RK / PRK and patients that have undergone corneal transplants. Patients that have had scarring due to surgical complications, chemical burns, and blunt injuries may also be candidates for scleral lenses.

If you suffer from dry eye, sensitive eyes, a medical condition, or injury, ask Dr. Morrow if the large diameter scleral lenses are right for you.

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What the Scleral Lens Looks Like on the Eye

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