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Specialty Contact Lens

Dr. Kurt Hofeldt specializes in Medically Necessary Contact Lenses and Specialty Contact Lenses.  He welcomes all challenging cases and will work side-by-side with you to find the best options for your eyes.

These are the most common cases Dr. Hofeldt works with:
– Myopia Control: Preventing the progression of near-sighted vision in children and young adults
– Keratoconus: irregular steepening of the cornea
– Pellucid Marginal Degeneration
– Dry Eyes
– Orthokeratology: corneal reshaping for near-sighted patients.  Great for patients who might not be candidates for LASIK
– Pediatric Conditions: Aphakia, High Ametropia, Anisometropia
– Presbyopia: patients 40 and older who have a challenging time seeing up close
– Lenticular Astigmatism
– Irregular or High Astigmatism
– Pre- or Post- Corneal Transplant
– Post- Collagen Cross-linking
– Post- RK (Radial Keratomy): patients suffering from blurry vision after this different form of refractive surgery
– Prothestic Purposes: to help recreate iris and pupil for more comfortable and clearer vision
– Cosmetic Purposes: for scarred or irregular colored eyes
– Sports Vision: contact lenses designed for particular sports needs

Here are two recent testimonials from patients that have found success with their contact lenses.