The following webinar, 1 Million Measurements & 4 Points of View: How the sMap3D Reshaped My Care, was first presented at Global Specialty Lens Symposium (GSLS).
In Part 4 of the recent webinar, 1 Million Measurement & 4 Points of View: How the sMap3D Reshaped My Care, John Gelles OD, FIAO, FCLSA, FSLS, Director of Specialty Contact Lens Division at Cornea and Laser Eye Institute – Hersh Vision Group & CLEI Center for Keratoconus shares how the sMap3D decreased the number of lenses needed to finalize a fit.
Dr. Gelles section discusses:
- An overview on profilometry & Scleral Shape Study Group findings
- The sMap3D Technology & Stitching and how it results in a lens that aligns to unique curvatures of each patient’s eye
- A study completed on his patient population of 548 eyes, comparing # of lenses needed to finalize a fit: Diagnostic Fitting vs. Profilometry (sMap3D)
- Complex case reports illustrating the advantages of utilizing sMap3D profilometry to design and finalize scleral lens fits.
Dr. Gelles explores his current patient population with a study designed to compare the number of lenses necessary to achieve a final lens utilizing sMap3D profilometry versus diagnostically fit scleral lenses.
Dr. Gelles also shares how his practice uses the most cutting-edge technology for difficult fits and how profilometry devices like the sMap3D help him to decide to use the Latitude free form lens on complex eyes. Learn more in the video below: