The leader in scleral lens innovation and technology.

The support and information you need to advance patient care and increase your confidence as an advanced scleral lens fitter. Our exclusive and extensive knowledge of scleral shape provides the data you need to design optimized, data-driven lenses.

Read our sMap3D Success Stories and how it changed the way scleral lenses are fitted below.

Let Data Be Your Guide

One million measurement points.

Only one scleral lens company – and one device – offers that level of technological precision for mapping the shape of the eye.

Dr. Charrier -Family Vision Solutions

“Consistent with our mission of providing the most advanced treatment options to our highly complicated patient base, I believe the sMap3D is an integral treatment option for our patients.”

Dr. Randy Charrier, OD

SCoE Spotlight Dr. Lopez

“Information is power and the sMap3D™ gives the fitter the power to elevate scleral lens fittings from the dark ages of trial and error.”

Dr. Robert Lopez, OD

Dr. Brianna Rhue

“We have an 87% success rate with our first lens regardless of the complicated fit. Because of how much our patients adore the lens, we decided to switch many of our patients from other lens designs.”

Dr. Brianna Rhue, OD

The People Behind the Lenses: Jasmine Santana

Jasmine Santana is an integral part of the consultant team at Visionary Optics. As a Customer Service Consultant, she assists doctors and their staff and plays an important role in product quality assurance. Jasmine has a background in customer support and enjoys taking great care of our customers.

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The People Behind the Lenses: Dr. Lynette Johns

Dr. Lynette Johns has been an integral part of the Visionary Optics team since joining earlier this year. As our Director of Clinical and Scientific Affairs, Lynette offers one-on-one consultations tailored to OD’s specific needs through Learning with Lynette. With almost 20 years of scleral lens fitting experience, Dr. Johns is passionate about two things: scleral lenses and education.

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Case Study: Matching the Correct Landing Zone to the Correct Scleral Shape

Matching the Correct Landing Zone to the Correct Scleral Shape A 37 y/o female with a history of keratoconus was seen by Dr. Greg DeNaeyer. She had been wearing scleral lenses but required a refitting. Her scleral topography maps indicate an against-the-rule scleral toricity pattern that demonstrated a 250 micron difference between the flat and…

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