Dr. Stephen Lobaugh Eye Rx
1629 K St NW #502 Washington DC 20006 +1 202-659-2010

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Scleral Contact Lenses for Keratoconus & Irregular Corneas

A close up of someone's eye that suffers from a cone-shaped cornea, also known as keratoconus

Some eye conditions make finding contacts feel impossible. Keratoconus and other eye conditions can affect the shape of your cornea, making traditional contacts a poor fit—literally and figuratively.  Thankfully, there are specialty contacts designed for hard-to-fit eyes, including the larger, more rigid scleral contact lens. These lenses can offer clear vision with many of the […]

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What Is a Contact Lens Exam & Why Are They Important?

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If you have to wear contact lenses, you’re not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 45 million people wear contact lenses in America alone.  Even though contact lenses are common, most people don’t realize the importance of properly fitting contact lenses. Because contact lenses are worn directly on the […]

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