• Dr. Neil Satija

Scleral Contact Lenses do not contact the Cornea at all!

Keratoconus is an eye disease where the cornea becomes thinner and begins to bulge out.

Right eye is a normal cornea, the left eye is a keratoconic cornea
Keratoconus is a bulging of the cornea

When the cornea bulges vision can get very blurry and unstable along with double vision and light sensitivity.



Keratoconus can be caused from a combination of genetics, hormones and environmental factors such as rubbing the eyes.


Early stage keratoconus can be treated with soft contacts or glasses, bu