Azman Eye Care refers cases like Keratoconus to Global Complex Eye Care LLC, a leading Specialty Eye Care Practice. With over 30 years of experience in the diagnosis and management of the Keratoconus patient. Together with their knowledge and experience, team of technicians, new technologies in instrumentation and new treatment modalities, Global Complex Eye Care LLC is able to prescribe each Keratoconus patient with the perfect solution in resolving their Keratoconus symptoms.
One characteristic that sets Global Complex Eye Care LLC, a part from other eye care practitioners is that they neither avoid nor decline the challenge of treating patients with Keratoconus. Global Complex Eye Care LLC strives to provide their patients with the best eye care and what’s best for the patients’ needs and goals.
Corneal Specialist and other eye-care practitioners throughout the United States refer their Keratoconus patients with visual and comfort symptoms to Global Complex Eye Care LLC for treatment and management.
If you are experiencing any of the common Keratoconus symptoms please call Global Complex Eye Care LLC for a complimentary phone consultation at (410) 561-6071
Common KERATOCONUS Symptoms
- Ghost images
- Star bursting
- Smeared images
- Loss of contrast
- Vision Fluctuation
- Blurry vision
- Double vision
Azman Contact Lens Specialists are proud to be the first and only ones in the state of Maryland
to employ new technologies, Marco3-D Wave Corneal Analysis, the Huvitz Wave front aberratometer,
Tear Scan, Posterior and Anterior OCT for management and treatment of keratoconus.
We are now able to detect the presence of keratoconus well before subjective symptoms develop. Corneal Topography and Aberrametry measurements has become the standard of care in diagnosing and management of keratoconus. A computerized system images the shape of the cornea together with the entire optical system by taking tens of thousands of data points. The results are instantly analyzed and wave front topography maps are generated. These printouts will show Dr. Azman a map print (just like a finger print) of the patient’s location and severity of any corneal distortion and high order aberrations (HOA).
Corneal specialists agree that it is best to exhaust all non-surgical options for keratoconus before undergoing corneal transplant surgery, especially for younger patients. Optometrists and Ophthalmologists from all over Maryland and surrounding states refer their challenging keratoconus patients to Dr. Azman.
- Tear Scan
- Tear Osmolarity
- Anterior OCT/li>
- Posterior OCT
- Tear Film Analysis and Dry Eye Evaluation
- Lid Evaluation/li>
- Wave front corneal topography
- Specular Microscopy
- Pupil measurement
- Ulltrasound corneal thickness
- Keratoconus Glasses
- Scleral contact lenses
- Keratoconus soft contact lenses
- Hybrid contact lenses
- CRT CORNEAL Reshaping Therapy
- Dry eye treatment
- Cross linking
- Corneal transplant (last option)
- Prescription and/or OTC medication