9/2/2016 – What’s the difference between vented and unvented scleral cups
9/2/2016 – How often do I need to replace my plungers?
3/2/2015 – How often should the DMV scleral cup be replaced?
5/15/2013 – Hello, Could you provide the size of the DMV Scleral Cup? A great visual aid, but what are the measurements? Thank you,
4/26/2013 – How should I store the lenses when not using them for weeks at a time? Dry? Wet?
Dmv scleral cup
From Melanie Brown of Auburn, Alabama on 1/23/2016.
Works great. Same quality as the ones from the doctor.
From Anonymous of San Ramon, California on 8/11/2014.
My condition is Keratoconus.I have been using these Scleral Cups since switching over to scleral lenses 11/2013. They make life alot more easier. The only drawback is that I rely on them too much and if I find myself in a situation that I do not have them, I find it difficult to take off and on my scleral lenses. So I have them everywhere, pocket, both cars, bags, office desk....I will probably end up buying around a dozen a year...One tip I can give is: to remove, always (suction) attached at the 6 o'clock position of the lense. Peter P
From Sara of Jefferson City, Missouri on 4/3/2014.
Greatest thing ever for inserting scleral lenses. I find it much easier than using my fingers.
For safety, get several
From Steven Goldfinger of San Anselmo, California on 9/26/2011.
Same as the scleral lens remover that my eye doc provided. Scleral lenses are almost impossible to remove without a plunger--so if you ever do need to remove a lens unexpectedly when away from home, you'd better have one handy. I now keep a scleral cup in my backpack, car, kayak, etc.Price was best on the web, shipping was fast.
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