Abstract: corneal plastic lens is a lens that acts on the cornea. If the anterior surface of the eye suffers from eye diseases, such as recurrent keratitis, corneal scar and dry eyes, it is not suitable for wearing, nor is it suitable for myopia patients with family history of keratoconus and high astigmatism.
more and more teenagers suffer from myopia, which brings inconvenience to their study and life. In order to treat and prevent myopia, many parents choose to wear corneal plastic lenses for their children, but many people don’t know much about corneal plastic lenses, resulting in some problems. Let’s learn about common problems about corneal plastic lenses.
1. Is corneal plastic lens suitable for all patients with myopia?
corneal shaping lens is a kind of lens that acts on the cornea. If the front surface of the eye suffers from eye diseases, such as recurrent keratitis, corneal scar and dry eyes, it is not suitable for wearing, nor is it suitable for myopia patients with family history of keratoconus and high astigmatism.
2. Is corneal plastic lens purchased at will?
before wearing corneal shaping glasses, detailed eye examination shall be done. These examination items include corneal topography, slit lamp, fundus, refraction and other examinations, and eye measurement shall be customized. Wearing corneal shaping glasses is a medical behavior. It can only be carried out in hospitals with relevant examination conditions and under the guidance of doctors. It is not worn or purchased at will.
3. Can corneal plastic lens control the growth of myopia?
corneal shaping lenses have very high scientific and technological content and high oxygen permeability. They are consistent with human cornea. Corneal shaping lenses are hard oxygen permeable contact lenses with unique design. They are worn at night. Through the joint action of tears, cornea and lens, the cornea deformed due to myopia or astigmatism can be reasonably changed, so that myopia or astigmatism can be corrected, If you insist on wearing it, you can control the increase of myopia.