SynergEyes Launches a New Web Site for Keratoconus Patients

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CARLSBAD, Calif.—SynergEyes, Inc., the developer of the first FDA-cleared hybrid contact lens specifically designed for patients with keratoconus, has launched a new educational Web site, SharingOneVision.com, for patients seeking information on the eye disease keratoconus and treatment with hybrid contact lenses.

Keratoconus is a highly debilitating eye condition in which the cornea thins and becomes cone-shaped and irregular rather than spherical-like a normal cornea. 

SharingOneVision.com ( www.SharingOneVision.com) provides patients with a Web site where they can learn about keratoconus, read detailed information on the SynergEyes KC hybrid contact lenses and view stories from other keratoconus patients who have been successfully treated with hybrid contact lenses. 

SharingOneVision.com also offers a doctor locator search tool to make it easy for patients to find certified practitioners that fit SynergEyes lenses. In addition, keratoconus patients can watch educational videos on how to properly insert, remove and clean hybrid contact lenses.

"SynergEyes is committed to improving the quality of life for the thousands of people worldwide suffering with keratoconus. SharingOneVision.com provides patients with access to the most up-to-date information on hybrid contact lenses at all times," said Kellie Kaseburg, vice president of global marketing for SynergEyes, Inc.