“The ICD lens has allowed me to give my most complex cases quality of life where other strategies have not.
The design's systematic fitting approach allows for sophisticated manipulation of asymmetric peripheral
geometries too. The 16.5mm diameter allows for corneal and limbal clearance without making it too difficult
to handle. This lens is a very useful tool for every contact lens practice. “

Greg Nel, Dip Optom (SA), MCO (UK) - Clinician
Total Eyecare Optometrists, Wellington, New Zealand

"ICD lenses have become my absolute favorite go-to, fix everything, problem solver lens. If someone said to me
I could only keep one of my fitting sets, it would be my ICDs!"

Sophie Taylor-West, BSc (Hons), MCOptom - Clinician, Educator
N.F. Burnett Hodd, London, UK

“It’s a new opportunity for changing lives. ICD makes fitting complicated, damaged or otherwise
difficult corneas easy.”

Brian Tompkins, BSc (Hons), FCOptom, FBCLA - Clinician, Educator
TK&S Optometrists Ltd, Northampton, UK

English version: "With the ICD 16.5 scleral lenses, I can successfully resolve irregular cornea cases which
would otherwise be a challenge with other lens options. These lenses also virtually guarantee centration and quality VA.”

Spanish version: "Con las lentes esclerales ICD 16.5 he podido resolver con exito aquellos casos
de cornea irregular que ya se habian convertido en un dolor de cabeza. con esta lente tengo casi asegurado
el centrado y la buena agudeza visual"

Gonzalo Carracedo, OD, PhD - Clinician, Researcher, Educator
Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

“I've been providing custom contact lens care for over 15 years and have a large population of patients
with keratoconus, corneal disease and post-Laser Vision Correction complications. Over the years, I've worked
with traditional aspheric,keratoconic and reverse geometry GP designs; piggy-back soft/GP combinations; custom
soft keratoconus designs; soft-GP hybrid lenses and early corneal scleral, mini scleral and scleral GP lens designs...I like
to think I've tried them all in an effort to provide my patients with clear, comfortable, healthy contact lens wear.

My go-to lens of choice is the ICD 16.5mm Sphere Design Scleral GP lens. The unique tangential periphery offers
unparalleled comfort without the traditional 'tightening or binding' effect that is common to so many corneal-scleral
and mini-scleral designs. The fit philosophy providing significant lens clearance over the entire corneal
surface prevents mechanical corneal surface irritation so common to traditional corneal-scleral designs. And the optics
of a spherical GP base curve ensure the clarity that only GP lenses can provide. Without hesitation, I would encourage
eye care providers to consider this design as their first lens of choice for custom contact lens care. It is surprisingly
straight-forward to fit and will put a huge smile on your patient's face time and time again."

Shane Keddie, OD - Clinician and Educator
Edmonton, Canada

“ICD lenses are a fantastic tool to provide great comfort and good vision to very difficult eyes. What a privilege to
be an RGP fitter now that ICD lenses are here. Big is beautiful – the ICD is beautiful!”

Hans Bleshøy, PhD, MCOptom, FAAO - Clinician, Educator, Researcher
Skive, Denmark

“When fitting diseased or irregular corneas, where it is important to vault the tissue insult, the use of scleral
lenses is an important modality that should be incorporated. The trial fitting of such lenses can be tedious and time
consuming as topographers, at times, are unable to accurately measure and graphically reproduce the surface. One lens
system that offers me greater first fit success and reduces chair time is the ICD 16.5 irregular corneal design from
Paragon Vision Sciences. Combining the use of the scleral lens fitting module and the Medmont E300 you are able to
virtually pre-fit lenses by manipulating the tear layer clearances. The composite feature on the Medmont E300 provides
you with topography 360º all the way to the limbus. The software allows you to predict the amount that the lens will settle
into the conjunctiva and adjust the sag, limbal clearance zone and scleral landing zone independently to achieve the
best fit. Then a quick application of the appropriate trial lens will confirm the fit and finalize the power. The ICD 16.5 has
been a great addition to my practice and I highly recommend the lens for anyone fitting diseased and/or irregular corneas.”

Bruce T. Williams, OD, FIAO - Clinician and Educator
Seattle, USA

“I fitted scleral lenses 30 years ago for difficult cases where no other lens would work. I wish I had this lens in
my armament then as life for those unsuccessful patients would have much better. Today I use the ICD lens for patients
where GP, soft and hybrid lenses are unsuccessful.”

Allan Kaye, DCLP, FAAO - Clinician
Johannesburg, South Africa

"As an Optometrist, I have a unique understanding of keratoconus. I have the condition and am totally dependent
on contact lenses for functional vision. I have fitted patients with, and worn myself, soft, small RGPs, large RGPs,
reverse geometry and full PMMA haptic contact lenses. All have served their purpose but none have come close to
the comfort, wearing time and life-changing performance the ICD 16.5 lenses have given me. I started fitting
these lenses just over two years ago, not long after I started wearing them, and they are now my lens of first choice
for keratoconus, post graft and irregular corneas. Patients are now enjoying what I enjoy from the ICD:
• Un-paralleled comfort. No lens I have worn has come close
• Ease of handling
• Consistent 16-18 hour wear each and every day.
• No corneal dehydration, in any environment. ( Including a 7 hour drive in 400C temperature with air-con on flat out)
• No lens movement nor dislocation of the lens with all eye movements.

The ICD 16.5 is a life changing lens. Believe me, I know."

Greg Strachan (BSc Optom) - Strachan Eyecare Optometrists
Blackburn, Australia

“I have fitted over 600 patients with the ICD and it is now my lens of first choice for keratoconus, post graft, OSD
and other complicated fits. The ease of fitting is one thing, but the main attraction is that patients love the lens
and describe it as a "life changer".

John Mountford, Dip.App.Sc, FAAO, FCCLSA, FBCLA - Clinician, Researcher, Educator, ICD Co-Designer
Brisbane, Australia

“The multiple tangential sections of the ICD 16.5 along with the unique construction of the landing zone make
it an incredibly forgiving scleral design and straight forward to modify even when facing unusually complex eye
shapes or conditions.”

Randy Kojima, FAAO, FSLS, FIAO - Clinician, Researcher, Educator, ICD Co-Designer
Vancouver, Canada

“For the first time in 14 years, I am wearing contact lenses EVERY DAY! my vision is pristine. I used to think I had pretty
sharp vision (6/6 is an achievement for a -10.00D with 2.50 astigmatism), but now I realize what _really_ sharp vision
is like. It’s phenomenal. I look forward to fitting this lens on as many people as I can!”

Erin Sheppard, Optometrist
Bedford, Canada


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