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Sclera

The sclera, also known as the white of the eye, is the opaque, fibrous, protective, outer layer of the eye containing collagen and elastic fiber. In humans the whole sclera is white, contrasting…

Scleral contact lenses

The diameter of the lens (LID) is up to 25 mm – compared with the corneal contact lenses. It is the first type of contact lens that has been…

Semi-scleral contact lens

These contact lenses have an overall diameter in the range of 12.5 – 15.5 mm. It also includes soft contact lens – they are flexible…

Shortsightedness (Myopia)

Shortsightedness, or myopia, is an optical defect of vision (refractive defect) resulting from the eye being too long or the refractive power of the…

Silicon hydrogel

Silicone Hydrogel is the latest material for production of contact lenses. He has much more oxygen permeability from the regular

Slit lamp

This is a biomicroscope with an optical system used to exam the anterior segment and posterior segment of the eye. With its help various cases can be…

Soft contact lenses

The basic material for the production of soft contact lenses is HEMA. This methacrylate allows increasing the water content and therefore

Solutions for contact lenses

This is the most widely used method of contact lens care. This group includes all the non-peroxide solutions on the market. To reduce the risk of reactions to the preservative component is…

Spherical contact lenses

The spherical lenses are the safest lenses that replicate the spherical surface of the eye. They correct myopia and…

Stenopeic contact lenses

Stenopeic contact lenses have a totally transparent substrate and only a small hole through which concentrates the sun's rays and which can be seen. These contact lenses can help in…

Strabismus

Strabismus or squint. This is a condition where the eyes do not look parallel as one deviates from the normal direction. Contact lenses can correct strabismus, but it is necessary…

Striae

For users of soft contact lenses corneal edema manifests as a formation of stretch marks in the rear part of the stroma. They have a white-gray color…

Swelling of contact lenses

Swelling of the material of contact lenses is increased by the compound MHP – 3– methoxy-2-hydroxypropyl methacrylate. Swelling is important for hydrogel contact lenses, where the…

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