Your Keratoconus Eye Doctor in Texas
Schedule your next consultation with our certified contact lens specialist
Eyeland provides treatment for various eye conditions from post corneal transplants to keratoconus as well as myopia control for well over a decade. We’ve combined excellence, knowledge, personal care, and commitment to become a leader in specialty contact lens services.
Utilizing advanced diagnostic tools to compile digital records of your eye shape, structure, and unique qualities, our keratoconus eye doctor will create a custom vision solution for you. With a wide variety of options, including custom scleral lenses,
your vision can be significantly improved!
What Makes Eyeland Unique
Treatment After A Cornea Transplant
Corneal Transplants, whether a partial or full transplant, require a highly intricate and delicate procedure. While the surgeon may solve major eye problems through a corneal transplant, many patients still face visual difficulty. Haloes, floaters, dizziness, and sensitivity to glare are commonly associated when one has an unhealthy, diseased cornea.
Discuss scleral lenses to treat post cornea transplants with .
Scleral Lens Fittings With A Keratoconus Specialist
Were you told you can't wear contact lenses? Scleral lenses are customized, hard lenses that are able to treat:
- Severe Dry Eyes
- Post Cornea Transplants
- Patients with Cornea Scarring
For a contact lens specialist, visit Eyeland, your local expert in Conroe, TX.
Find Your Myopia Control Specialist
Controlling Nearsightedness in Conroe, TX
According to the latest eye health research, myopia or nearsightedness is a major cause of cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration. Controlling nearsightedness in children has proven to effectively slow or stop the progression of worsening vision as well as help children excel in school and extracurricular activities.
Want to learn more about Myopia Control ? Speak to one of our staff at Eyeland in Conroe, TX.
Dry eye syndrome (DES) is a chronic condition that develops when your eyes do not produce and maintain enough tears to keep the eye’s surface lubricated resulting in multiple symptoms that range from person to person.