However, for some people, keratoconus has been an issue and one possible solution is the Scleral lens. In people with Keratoconus, the cornea (the front component of the eye) thins and distorts outwards in an uneven cone' contour.
It is this distortion of a person's attention which results in reduced vision as the light entering the eye can't be correctly focused upon the retina and this causes blurring and ghosting'. To know about the best and top quality scleral lenses in Toronto you can visit an online search.
Glasses, with the exception of very mild or early cases, don't work too well as it is impossible for them to be calibrated properly to take care of the multiple focus points caused by the irregular form of a watch using Keratoconus, Soft lenses (Hydrogel) are normally overly narrow and shape to the identical shape as the cornea.
The collaboration forms an artificial sole surface that acts like a regular silhouette cornea. Because RGP lenses are therefore small the border of the lens can irritate the inner surface of the eyelid, which can create uncomfortableness.
Also, the lenses may pop quite easily, especially if the cornea of the eye using Keratoconus is very steeply curved (think about balancing a saucer on the conclusion of a rugby ball). Also, RGP lenses can be quite a challenge in rather dry and or dusty states because dust may get behind the lens or about the edge of this lens quite easily.