A Father’s Perspective: Mat

In the first grade, my son Luke began complaining of vision issues, such as blurriness and double vision. To help correct this, we brought him to an optometrist who prescribed him glasses to help him see. However, over the next five to six years, Luke’s vision continued to decline. What my wife and I didn’t realize was that our son was living with a progressive eye disease known as keratoconus.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Contact Lenses: The Do’s

Whether you wear them to improve your vision or have to be fitted for a new pair after undergoing iLink FDA-approved cross-linking for progressive keratoconus, contact lenses can play a key role in your keratoconus journey. However, while contact lenses are an effective way to improve vision, more than 99% of users have reported at least one risky eye care behavior that can lead to eye infections.

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