The 54 Multifocal Toric Contact Lens design from SpecialEyes enables practitioners to alter the near center zone size for enhanced visual results.
Contact Lens Design: SpecialEyes Announces Partnership with Volk Eye Check
Volk Eye Check Device has Integrated SpecialEyes Arc Length Calculator to Deliver Enhanced Custom Contact Lens Design Report With Best-Fit Analysis
Volk Eye Check Device Integrates SpecialEyes Arc Length Calculator to Deliver Enhanced Contact Lens Design
SpecialEyes is pleased to announce a new partnership with Volk Optical, which has integrated SpecialEyes’ Arc Length Contact Lens Calculator with the Volk Eye Check device. Powered by IRISS Medical Technologies, Volk Eye Check now incorporates SpecialEyes’ sagittal-depth fitting algorithm to assist eye-care practitioners in fitting and custom contact lens design.
Volk Eye Check’s contact lens (CL) mode allows practitioners to easily obtain key ocular measurements for each patient and upload them to a server, where the SpecialEyes Arc Length Calculator processes the data. The calculator’s fitting algorithm then identifies potential custom contact lens design based on the patient’s unique measurements, including HVID, pupil size, and sagittal-depth. Finally, the system generates a customized contact lens report and best-fit analysis with a list of custom lens design options, including SpecialEyes 54 Sphere, 54 Toric, and 54 Multifocal contact lens designs.
As a result of the collaboration between SpecialEyes, Volk Optical and IRISS Medical, eye-care practitioners can now identify the best custom lens design in seconds, fit specialty contact lenses in fewer sessions, decrease revenue loss from contact lens dropouts, and improve patient satisfaction.
“We’re proud that Volk Optical has chosen to partner with SpecialEyes and integrate our Arc Length Calculator with the Volk Eye Check device. Together, our technologies will help eye-care practitioners attain better outcomes for their patients – including hard-to-fit individuals who have previously been unsuccessful with a standard contact lens design,” said Michelle Walsh, Director of Sales and Marketing at SpecialEyes.