This is a photo of a scleral lens over an eye that underwent 3 separate Radial Keratotomy surgeries followed by 2 separate LASIK surgeries. Notethe scars on the cornea over the pupil. This patient is seeing clearly (20/20) and comfortably with the scleral lens seen in this photo.

This is a photo of a scleral lens over an eye that underwent 2 corneal transplant surgeries. The arrow on the right is pointing to the host-donor interface of the transplanted cornea.The photo on the extreme left is pointing to the edge of the scleral lens.

This is a photo of an eye that underwent Radial Keratotomy over 30 years ago followed by LASIK surgery many years later.
This patient was unable to obtain clear functional vision with this eye with eyeglasses or contact lenses. With the computer assisted scleral lens that we designed for this eye, this patient is corrected to 20/20 vision. The arrows on the right and left side of the cornea are pointing to the RK cuts, that have not healed after all these years. The arrow located at 8:00 is pointing to the edge of the LASIK flap.

This is a photo of a scleral lens over an eye that underwent Radial Keratotomy surgery over 30 years ago followed by LASIK surgery many years later. This eye was fit with a poorly fittingcontact lens which caused this cornea to perforate requiring suturing to close the wound. The arrow on the left is pointing to one of the RK cuts while the arrow on the right is pointing to one of the sutures still in the cornea to keep the wound closed. With the scleral lens seen in this photo, this patient is corrected to 20/20 vision with this eye with all day comfortable lens wear.