Keratoconus lens fitting: what do I do now?

Fitting keratoconic eyes is a difficult and sometimes traumatic process for both the practitioner and patient, but what happens when things aren’t going to plan? In a lot of cases, these patients can end up on a corneal surgeon’s transplant list but have all the alternatives been explored? This video will highlight fitting strategies for corneal ectasia and other irregularities to improve both the patient comfort and the practitioner success rate.

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