Chapter 7: Front Surface Optics
Despite the benefit of the post fluid layer correcting corneal regular and irregular astigmatism, residual astigmatism and aberrations may remain resulting in not optimal visual performance.
Also, patients wearing scleral lenses may be presbyopes, needing correction for near vision, or present binocularity anomalies. This chapter discusses all the options that may be added to the anterior surface of a scleral lens to optimize visual quality and quality and restore problems with binocular vision.
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