Author: Katie Meeks

Contact Lens Intolerance is Leading People to Transform Their Vision

Contact lens intolerance causes millions to suffer through ongoing pain whenever they try to wear their lenses. Studies show that millions of people have such severe irritation that they develop an intolerance and continual pain whenever they attempt to wear contact lenses. Our patient Tiffany was experiencing these issues. She told us, “I have been… Read more »

What is the True Cost of Contact Lens Intolerance on Your Wallet?

There are many causes for contact lens intolerance (the inability to wear contact lenses without pain), including allergens, wearing your contacts for too long, ill-fitting lenses, wearing makeup, and even allergies. But perhaps one of the most annoying symptoms of contact lens intolerance is how much you pay for the contacts and all of the… Read more »

Allergies and Contact Lens Intolerance

Contact lens intolerance, or CLI, is defined as an inability to wear contact lenses without pain. It can be a temporary condition from irritated or allergy-inflamed eyes, or a more permanent problem, causing the contact lens wearer to give up on them completely. A vast swath of our population suffers from allergies, and the pollen… Read more »

Get Rid of Contact Lens Intolerance For Good

Contact lens intolerance and irritation can have you seeing differently from one day to the next. Yesterday, you hardly knew your lenses were in your eyes, but today they became painful from the moment you put them in. Contact lens intolerance has an innumerable list of possible causes, from ill-fitting lenses or tiny tears in the… Read more »

Don’t Let Contact Lens Intolerance Cloud Your Vision

More than 61% of Americans need help to see clearly. Over 45 million achieve this by wearing contact lenses. Unfortunately, for nearly 5 million contact lens wearers, they suffer from a little known condition called CLI, or Contact Lens Intolerance. Those living with contact lens intolerance means pain, irritation, dry eyes, and more, all of… Read more »

New PanOptix Trifocal IOL recently FDA approved and released by Alcon

Cataract surgery is one of the safest, most common, and most effective procedures performed today. At the time of cataract surgery, you have the opportunity to enhance your vision with the PanOptix® lens. Call our office at 410-888-2020 for more information. Our staff will be happy to guide you through all IOL options.