Prosthetic Contact Lenses

Prosthetic or soft colored contact lenses have cosmetic, therapeutic and psychological benefits for patients. EyeQo contact lens clinic in Delhi & Gurgaon specializing in both primary eye care and specialty contact lenses, provides custom-made soft lens designs for patients who seek prosthetic or cosmetic lenses or colored contact lenses with special effects.

Prosthetic contact lenses can greatly enhance the visual appearance of a damaged or disfigured eye, whether as a result of past trauma or a serious eye infection. By reducing glare and recreating a round pupil, the lenses can also help improve vision in circumstances where the pupil is irregularly shaped, whether owing to trauma, disease, or surgical error. In certain circumstances, disposable cosmetic contact lenses provide the desired results.

Benefits of Prosthetic Contact Lenses

There are many benefits to wearing prosthetic contact lenses.

Provides cosmetic enhancement

Patients seeking soft prosthetic contact lenses are frequently interested in their cosmetic advantages. When they are fitted with the correct prosthetic lenses, their scars, disfigurements or congenital deformities can appear considerably less obvious.


Prosthetic and aesthetic soft lenses are designed to look as natural as possible. At EyeQo Contact Lens Clinic in Delhi, we use a variety of techniques, ranging from translucent tinting to unique hand-painting, to make lenses that closely resemble the appearance, shape, size, color, and patterning of your natural eyes.

Helps with excessive light sensitivity

Photophobia, or light sensitivity, is a common side effect of many eye injuries. An eye injury can limit the eye’s capacity to filter light correctly. When the pupil is injured or altered, it can cause excessive pupil dilation or irregular pupil opening. Soft prosthetic lenses can help with light sensitivity by simulating a more natural pupil size and dilation.

Address problems with double vision

Double vision can also occur as a result of ocular trauma, either permanently or temporarily during recovery. Wearing an eye patch is one solution, but it has long-term implications for vision development and recovery, and it is neither the most pleasant nor the most unobtrusive option. Occluder prosthetic lenses can be created to have a black pupil that blocks light from one eye, preventing double vision.


  • Aniridia
  • Iris Coloboma
  • Leukocoria
  • Leukoma
  • Diplopia
  • Micro-cornea
  • Iris Atrophy

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