We are pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new technology.  The newly developed EyePrintPRO™ prosthetic scleral cover shell improves vision by creating a new, smooth, refractive surface for the irregular cornea. The EyePrintPRO™ can match the exact contour of any eye, even in the most difficult conditions where other options have failed.

An impression mold is taken of the patient's cornea and sclera, which is then scanned in high resolution.  Using the highest available oxygen transmitting materials, a lens is created that is not only safe for the compromised cornea, but offers incomparable visual acuity, reduces or eliminates higher order aberrations, and provides excellent comfort.

Unlike older corneal molding technologies, which require a week-long stay at a fitting facility, the EyePrintPRO™ fitting is accomplished in our office,  allowing the patient to return for adjustments without the inconvenience of additional travel expenses and lost time from work. 

Our office is equipped with corneal topography, specular microscopy, and anterior segment optical coherence tomography, ensuring that contact lenses are vaulting and landing adequately on the patient’s fragile ocular surface.  If you, or someone you know, think you may benefit from this service or have questions regarding more traditional scleral, rigid gas permeable, or soft lens fitting services, please do not hesitate to contact us at 212-580-2020 or info@acuitynyc.com.

We look forward to working with you! 


The EyePrintPRO™ is indicated for, but not limited to, the following conditions:

Optical Correction

  • Keratoconus
  • Pellucid Marginal Degeneration
  • Post LASIK Ectasia
  • Post Radial Keratometry
  • Corneal Transplants
  • High Myopia / Hyperopia
  • Aphakia

Ocular Protection

  • Neurotrophic Keratitis
  • Ocular Surface Disease (Dry Eye)
  • Graft vs. Host disease
  • Stevens Johnson Syndrome
  • Ocular Cicatricial Pemphigoid
  • Chemical Burns
  • Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency 

Ocular Comfort

  • Pinguecula
  • Pterygium
  • Scarring
  • Scleral Patch Grafts
  • High Wind/Dust Environments
  • Post-Trabeculectomy (bleb) or Tube-Shunt Glaucoma Surgery