The alleviation of SEALs

2 February 2009
Volume 10, Issue 1

A strategy for managing mechanical, non-inflammatory contact lens problems illustrated with analysis of a clinical case in practice.

Introduction

The increasing trend amongst practitioners to fit SiH lenses for both daily and continuous wear has led to increasing reports of SEALs. The author discusses a strategy for managing mechanical, non-inflammatory contact lens problems, and illustrates this with analysis of a clinical case in practice.

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