Bausch + Lomb Launches KeraSoft® IC Contact Lenses for Keratoconus and Other Irregular Corneas

January 13, 2012

Earlier this week, Bausch + Lomb announced the availability of KeraSoft® IC silicone hydrogel contact lenses in the United States.  KeraSoft IC lens technology allows for custom-made contact lenses by authorized laboratories for patients with irregular corneas, including keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Degeneration, and other complex corneal irregularities, and those caused by complicated laser eye surgery.

Each KeraSoft IC lens is custom-made for a patient’s exact needs, and KeraSoft IC lenses can offer increased wear time and improved comfort for patients. KeraSoft IC lenses are a patented combination of the latest technologies in silicone hydrogel materials using geometries from complex mathematics to offer comfortable wear and excellent vision and have been recognized with the UK’s Queen’s Award for Enterprise and Innovation.

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2 Responses to “Bausch + Lomb Launches KeraSoft® IC Contact Lenses for Keratoconus and Other Irregular Corneas”

  • ari

    not sure. i suggest you ask dr. pamel

  • Craig Eccher

    Hello, I had CLX last year along with a toric lens implant in my left eye. Currently I am far sighted in my left eye and significantly near sighted in the right. I still have a moderate amount of irregular astigmatism in both eyes and toric contacts are not providing good results. I live in upstate Pennsylvania and currently see my local Opthamologists and Optometrist along with Dr. Pamel in Mannhattan, NY. My questions are am I a candidate for the KeraSoft lens and where can I get fitted?

    Thank you,