"Like a fingerprint, each cornea has a unique topography.  I custom design contact lenses for the best and healthiest fit, a perfect match for your eyes."

 

"Orthokeratology is my recommended solution for non-surgical eyesight improvement. Enjoy clear vision all day without contact lenses or glasses."

"Contact lenses are the preferred choice for vision correction for many people. Have a full range of vision and freedom in sports and everyday activities."

Dr. Stephen Rozenberg, Specially Trained Eye Care Professional

 
 
 
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Lenses For Life

Ortho-K

Imagine going to sleep with your lenses, removing them in the morning and enjoying clear vision throughout the day without contact lenses or glasses. Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) is an FDA-approved, non-invasive procedure in which rigid lenses are customized to create a change in the shape of the cornea, allowing patients to wear lenses at night for unaided vision the next day.

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Rigid

For many patients, rigid lenses offer the clearest, sharpest, most accurate vision. Today’s rigid lenses have come a long way since those from the 1980s. For Dr. Rozenberg, the fitting of rigid lenses starts with an understanding of the tear layer design as the most important factor in determining clear vision and a healthy, comfortable fit.

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 Soft

Soft contact lenses are the most popular choice in the US today. They are easy to fit and for many people, compatible with their active lifestyle. Because soft lenses are coated with and carry fats, proteins, lipids, dead cells, bacteria and other debris, Dr. Rozenberg strongly recommends soft lens patients choose one-day disposable lenses.

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The Art & Science of Healthy Vision

The Art

Advanced software gives Dr. Rozenberg the tools to create custom rigid lenses. He elevates the process to an art by first designing a new tear layer to determine the shape of the lens. 

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The Science

Your cornea is the very top layer of your eye, the gateway for light to travel to the retina, starting the complex process of vision. 

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