Just got RGPs made by Dr. Ken Maller.

So after a year of blurry vision post lasik and feeling utterly hopeless after traveling all over to find answers I finally went to see if I could get fitted for lenses in Florida by Dr Maller.
I just got back a few days ago a changed person. I was there ten days, though he is so good it could have been a shorter time really if the lens lab was open on weekends...and I can now see 20/10 in both eyes. No haze, no halos, no glare, I have NEVER seen this well before in my life I think! My vision is better than it was pre-lasik in my soft lenses.
The lenses are very comfortable. I had them in over 15 hours due to a delayed flight back to NYC and I STILL felt fine in them. I am getting the hang of taking them in and out and am already getting good at it. I went online and ordered all the special soaks and cleansers I need for these and all I can say is that these lenses and this trip was worth every penny. I am going to make a video about my experience there and email it to him next week.
He answered all my questions even at 11pm at night! I have never been seen by a nicer doctor and I HIGHLY recommend trying these lenses out if you can. I have my life back now because of them. I can see sharper than most people I am around now and they are asking me to read signs for them in the distance! I could not be any happier with how they have turned out for me.
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I have been seeing Dr. Maller for quite a few years. I have had good success with custom corneal lenses but recently got keratitis. Dr. Maller explained that the lenses should have been changed as I wear them 18 hours a day 7 days a week. I am looking at other options such as EyePrintpro which is also a custom lenses. Anyone try it or have info on this lens? Also see that Dr. G. does custom lenses and people seem to be happy with him and get great results.

Glad you got good vision.
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I have been seeing Dr. Maller for quite a few years. I have had good success with custom corneal lenses but recently got keratitis. Dr. Maller explained that the lenses should have been changed as I wear them 18 hours a day 7 days a week.


Just curious. 18 hours a day, 7 days a week... and you are looking for better?
I am visiting Dr. Maller again this coming week as I had that bout of keratitis and now it changed my lens. I realize that I need to take a break during the day to give my eyes a rest from wearing lenses.

Dr. Maller explained that there is more oxygen in a well fit corneal lens than a scleral. I used to wear a piggyback but after getting keratitis, I don't think that is the solution for the most oxygen. I also got neu vasculitis (sp?) which relates to oxygen.
I am not doing that well with the new lenses. Still too much glare and blurriness mainly at a distance. Dr. Maller believes that it is the inflammation on the cornea causing this. I am now limiting my use of lenses and having big breaks. Hoping to clear up the inflammation and be careful about how much time I use the lenses.

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