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Patient Case Study: BostonSight SCLERAL Smart360 and Eaglet ESP for Keratoconus

Dr. Sheila Morrison uses BostonSight SCLERAL’s Smart360 design feature with Eaglet ESP to design a BostonSight SCLERAL lens for keratoconus.

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Patient Case Study: BostonSight SCLERAL 16.5mm for Corneal Astigmatism

Dr. Ricardo Duarte uses BostonSight SCLERAL’s 16.5mm lens to improve vision in a 23-yeard-old patient with corneal astigmatism

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Patient Case Study: SmartSight Technology Optimizes Vision

Dr. Nancy McBride uses BostonSight SCLERAL’s SmartSight Technology to dramatically reduce shadowing and ghosting in a patient’s vision.

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Patient Case Study: 16mm BostonSight SCLERAL Lenses Improve Vision in a Highly Irregular Cornea

Dr. Chandra Chawan fits a patient with the newly launched 16mm BostonSight SCLERAL lenses using the diagnostic FitKit. See how he improved her vision to 20/25 and 20/20.

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Patient Case Study: Dr. Hal Ostrom, OD FIAO fits a male patient with keratoconus with scleral lens

Discover how we refitted one patient, taking him from just a few hours of lens tolerance to nearly all-day comfort.

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BostonSight SCLERAL MyFitReport™: Impactful Results of Measurable Patient Outcomes

See how BostonSight SCLERAL has improved the lives of patients through our aggregate summary report.

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Using SCLERALIG to Optimize Comfort, Visual Clarity, and Efficiency

Learn how Dr. Barrry Leonard used empirical fitting to achieve successful patient outcomes.

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A Healthy Post Graft with a Unique Scleral Lens Design

Dr. Barry Leonard, OD, and Reinier Stortelder, Boptom, Eaglet Eye (The Netherlands), showcased this poster at GSLS 2021 featuring Eaglet Eye’s ESP profilometer and BostonSight SCLERAL lenses.

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Enhancing Visual Outcome by Implementing a Scleral Lens with Front Surface Eccentricity

Higher-order aberration creates a unique challenge when fitting keratoconus patients in specialty lenses. In this poster, presented at GSLS 2021, Drs. Gomez and Carrasquillo show how using a scleral lens that incorporates front surface eccentricity can help cases where vision remains limited.

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