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Ortho-k Specialist in Santa Clara, California - Eye Boutique Optometry
Eyes are important indicators of overall health, and comprehensive eye care goes beyond a prescription for glasses or contact lenses. At Eye Boutique Optometry, we take the time to get to know you, your eye care history, and your vision needs. Our optometrists include ortho-k specialists who can provide customized treatment. We also offer myopia control and scleral lenses.
Because myopia is very often progressive, distance vision continues to get worse and worse. This means your child constantly needs an updated stronger prescription and new glasses or contacts.
A rigid contact lens is custom-made for your child’s eyes by our Myopia Control experts. These special lenses are worn at night by your child. As your child sleeps, the lenses gently reshape the cornea of the eyes.
Danger of Myopia
Myopia puts your child at risk for a wide range of serious and potentially devastating eye conditions later in life. These risks include: Cataracts, Macular Degeneration, Retinal detachment, and Glaucoma
Ortho-k in Santa Clara
A method used to correct myopia (nearsightedness) or astigmatism - wear these contact lenses overnight and you won't need corrective eyewear during the day.
Pediatric Eye Exams
Pediatric eye care incorporates special techniques and technology to ensure accurate testing and help us accommodate young children.
Comprehensive Eye Exams
A thorough ocular health examination at Eye Boutique Optometry will be done using the latest instruments to evaluate all aspects of vision health.
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> What are Scleral Contact Lenses?
Scleral lenses are custom made lenses that rest on the sclera, the whites of your eyes. The size of the lens offers great vision that isn't possible with any other vision solution. These lenses provide a solution for those patients who can't wear other types of contact lenses due to dry eyes, complications from LASIK surgery, kerataconus, and other eye issues.