The clinicians at the USC Roski Eye Institute provide unique expertise and experience in fitting a variety of specialty contact lenses, including rigid gas permeable, hybrid, multifocal, high toric, and scleral contact lenses.
Our clinicians at the USC Roski Eye Institute provide a wide range of diagnostic and consultative services. For comprehensive eye exams to determine the best treatment option for you, get in touch with our service by calling 323-442-6335 or filling out the online contact form today.
Conditions We Treat
- Irregular Corneas
- Post-surgical corneas
- High refractive errors
- Dry eyes
Patients who suffer from corneal conditions may exhibit severe pain and debilitating vision loss, which can dramatically affect quality of life. Our clinicians conduct comprehensive eye exams and use cutting-edge technology in the assessment of each corneal condition. These services include:
- Corneal and Anterior Segment Optical Coherent Tomography Imaging
- Computerized Corneal Modeling Technology to Corneal Topography
- Wavefront Analyzers
Prosthetic replacement of the ocular surface ecosystem (PROSE) treatment, a non-surgical option, is offered to patients who suffer from serious corneal conditions and ocular surface diseases. PROSE therapy reduces symptoms, supports healing and improves vision through the use of a prosthetic scleral device that is tailored for each individual. Literature has demonstrated that patients who have received this pioneering treatment experience a notable improvement in their quality of vision and quality of life as a result.
Our clinicians are expertly trained in PROSE technology, which originated at the Boston Foundation for Sight, in Needham, MA. The USC Roski Eye Institute is the third of 12 sites in the nation to offer this service. The clinic is supervised by, Jonathan C. Song, MD, MBA, and Gloria Chiu, OD, FAAO, FSLS, Boston Sight PROSE Clinical Fellow.
Please ask your eye care provider for a referral if you are seeking PROSE treatment. PROSE therapy is a long-term investment, as it requires multiple visits that involve preliminary consultation to determine candidacy, customized fitting, training on use and maintenance of the scleral device, and routine follow up visits. Contact us online or call 323-442-6335 to speak with our team and schedule a consultation today.
Please visit our Doctors page for summaries of the basic/translational and clinical research being conducted by our clinicians.
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