Phoenix AZ Sclera Contact Lenses Keratoconus Treatment Specialist Launched

Arizona’s Vision, an optometry practice in Phoenix, Arizona, has launched updated services to treat keratoconus using sclera contact lenses. The eye care center’s keratoconus specialists use advanced technology to improve the comfort and vision of their patients.

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The newly updated treatments aim to provide patients of all ages suffering from keratoconus with effective, long-lasting results.

Keratoconus is a medical condition that occurs when the cornea of the eye thins out and bulges into a cone shape, leading to blurry or distorted vision and increased sensitivity to light. The disorder can cause even day-to-day activities such as reading or driving to become a challenge.

The keratoconus specialists at Arizona’s Vision utilize the latest eye care technology to help patients return to carrying out normal, productive lives.

The practice offers prescription scleral contacts, a type of lens that is large enough to cover the entire eye. The specialized contact lenses offer sharper vision, as well as increased comfort for those with irregularly shaped corneas.

Patients can request a consultation with the eye care center’s keratoconus specialists to learn more about their various types of scleral lenses, including rigid, disposable, cosmetic, toric, and bifocal.

The professional staff at Arizona’s Vision will also walk keratoconus sufferers through the proper use and care information for their new prescription contacts. Each patient will be provided with a contact lens starter kit that includes a travel-size bottle of solution and a storage case.

If patients have any concerns about their scleral lenses, the optometry practice offers a 30-day unlimited contact warranty.

Additional information regarding keratoconus and sclera contact lenses can be found at or

A satisfied patient said: “I have been going to Arizona’s Vision since 1995. I have had many trials with my eyesight and they have always been there with support and care. The doctors are very knowledgeable and have all the latest equipment to ensure quality care.”

Interested parties can find more details at the above-mentioned website or by calling the office at 480-706-3937.

Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center
Arizona’s Vision Eye Care Center

15215 S 48th St
STE 180
United States

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