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SynergEyes Clear Vision Consumer Blog

At SynergEyes, we pride ourselves in delivering contact lens products that improve vision and ultimately enhance the quality of everyday life.

This blog is geared towards our contact lens wearers and covers broad topics like eye health and eye diseases as well as helpful articles on the handling and care of SynergEyes lenses like Duette and UltraHealth.

The Key to Contact Lens Comfort

Do your contact lenses sometimes feel uncomfortable at the end of the day? Or, have they recently started to feel less comfortable than they once did?

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Four Interesting Facts About Scleral Lenses

There are many reasons you may desire to wear contact lenses. You may have bad vision and prefer contact lenses for either cosmetic or medical vision correction reasons.

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Three Out-of-the-Ordinary Contact Lenses to Consider

It seems like every time you visit the eye doctor there are new posters and brochures placed throughout the office letting you know about a new contact lens

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5 Questions to Ask Your Eye Doctor If You Have Keratoconus

Finding out that you have a degenerative disease like keratoconus is, understandably,

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When a Soft Contact Lens Just Won’t Do

Comfort, convenience and unobstructed vision are among the many benefits you have come to expect from your contact lenses. Whether you’re working at a computer,

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An Introduction to Keratoconus

Keratoconus in an eye disease that is characterized by thinning and steepening of the cornea. The cornea is the front surface of the eye and the most important focusing element of the vision system.

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Keratoconus Symptoms

The earliest signs of keratoconus are usually blurred vision and frequent changes in eye glass prescription, or vision that cannot be corrected with glasses. Symptoms of keratoconus generally begin in late teenage years or early twenties, but can start at any time.

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Corneal Cross Linking

Corneal cross linking with riboflavin (CXL) is a developing keratoconus treatment that is currently undergoing FDA clinical trials in the United States.

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