Europa Scleral lenses were designed to be completely customizable. We believe you should be able to customize everything – not only your Europa lenses, but also the level of support and service you want from us.
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We use our extensive, exclusive knowledge of scleral shape to create lenses that can be adjusted in four core ways for a unique, patient-matched fit.
Absolutely not! We are learning so much about scleral shape and informing our design and remake process with the data that we collect and analyze. Whether you own an sMap3D™ or not, you and your patients benefit from our vast store of knowledge.
Of course! Our presbyopia option is designed to offer simultaneous near and distance vision. It is a concentric bifocal design with a near or distance center. We default to a 2.0mm center zone; however, like all things at Visionary Optics, this is customizable.
This is not necessary. Our Europa Scleral lens has been uniquely designed to fit a wide variety of corneal and scleral geometries. Multiple fitting sets are not needed to separately fit oblate and prolate corneas, as is often the case with other scleral lens designs. Simply apply the flattest lens in the fitting set that will give you the best central clearance possible. Our Consultation Team can then manipulate our design to obtain an optimal fit on an oblate cornea. As always, send pictures!
No. Our scleral lenses offer a unique combination: they’re user-friendly and straightforward to fit, but also come with the most advanced customization options available. We are firm believers in not overcomplicating what can already be a complex fitting process. Unless topography data or clinical observation/experience warrant it, our team will always suggest a more conservatively designed lens to begin with. But when needed, our design features, backed by data and experience, can help you solve the most challenging fits-ones that could not be resolved with previous lens designs.