Keratoconus is a condition of the cornea that is relatively rare and affects both males and females.  Its onset is usually between the ages of 13 and 30 and in most cases it gradually progresses to a severe state.

With Keratoconus, the main consideration is one of poor vision even with spectacle use due to irregularity of the cornea, and it is for this reason that most Keratoconus sufferers totally rely on specialist custom-made Keratoconus contact lenses.

ACL has devoted over 20 years to this challenging area of contact lens manufacture, thus developing an impressive range of highly successful RGP and Soft Keratoconus lens designs.

Something to note: All ACL Keratoconus lens designs are totally customisable to your patients requirements…and remember, we are here to walk you through the entire process, whether you’re a veteran fitter or it’s your first KC case.

Choose ACL for all your Keratoconus needs, confident in the knowledge that patients in every continent of the world have been wearing ACL Keratoconus designs successfully for decades.

For more information on how ACL can support your Keratoconus patients CLICK HERE and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.

Working together with eye care professionals in tackling visual impairment since 1984

(Shortened Version of testimonial). I have been undertaking hospital clinics now for about 12 years. We are all creatures of habit and therefore it is easy to continue using our standard amoury of lenses 'because they work'. I had become very comfortable with the ranges of lenses that I used, but was keen to see if there were any other choices. I subsequently consulted a colleague at another hospital who suggested Acuity Contact Lenses....what a difference! The fitting is so simple and there is little need to make adjustments. For my patients the benefits are great. They all remark on the comfort of the lenses AND that they find them an improvement on their previous lens type. I also find it easier to get a good fit in larger diameters even on fairly advanced cones. The other improvement is in the vision I can usually achieve; it is not unusual to get AT LEAST one line improvement with ACL lenses, occasionally two lines! I would thoroughly recommend that you try their lenses. I am sure you will be pleasantly surprised with the results...and your patients will thank you too.
C Allen
Specialist Hospital Contact Lens Fitter
I have been fitting Acuity lenses for the last 8 years in my capacity as Principal Optometrist and contact lens specialist at one of the busiest UK hospital eye units. I have used ACLs paediatric and Keratoconic lenses and have found both fit for purpose and neither has caused problems to our patients through material or lens design. Having extensive experience in keratoconus and Keratoconic lens fitting, I would have no problem in recommending Acuity lenses to colleagues to achieve successful fits for their patients.​
R McClenaghan
Principal Optometrist (Hospital)