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The ICDTM Family of Lens Designs is the newest technology for mini scleral lens fitting. As a result of the growing demand for scleral lenses among Eye Care Practitioners, the ICD Family of Lens Designs was created to be an optimal treatment option for suitable patients.

The ICD Family of Lens Designs is especially made to treat the following corneal conditions:

  • Keratoconus
  • Keratoglobus
  • Pellucid Marginal Degeneration
  • Ocular Surface Disease
  • Post Refractive Surgery
  • Corneal Transplants
  • Dry Eye
  • Normal Corneal Shapes

The 18 Lens ICD Family of Lens Designs Diagnostic Set contains:

  • (6) ICD 16.5 Lenses
  • (6) ICD 14.5 Mini Lenses
  • (6) ICD Toric Lenses
  • (1) DMV 45
  • (1) DMV Scleral Cup


The ICD™FlexFit is the newest technology in the ICD™ scleral lens lens family. ICD FlexFit™ was created to be an optimal treatment option for normal and irregular corneas.

  • ICD FlexFit™ 16.3mm
  • ICD FlexFit™ 14.8mm
  • ICD FlexFit™ Scleral Diagnostic Set

Summer 2018 - 2 Part Webinar Series
Join Randy Kojima for a FREE 2 Part Summer Series Specialty Lens Webinar. These webinars focus on the ICD FlexFit Scleral. The two webinars will cover Scleral Lens Fundamentals, Advanced Concepts and Troubleshooting.

Part 1: Scleral Fundamentals and the ICD FlexFit in Practice
Tuesday, June 26, 2018 @ 9PM Eastern Time
This course explores the reasons for the scleral explosion in practice today and the wide range of patients who can benefit from this lens. Discuss how scleral lenses can change vision, promote healing, relieve ocular pain and improve quality of life. Watch it Now!

Part 2: ICD FlexFit Advanced Concepts and Troubleshooting
Tuesday, July 31, 2018 @ 9PM Eastern Time
This advanced scleral course will provide you with a deeper understanding of scleral shape, ICD FlexFit lens construction and problem solving options. We will cover a wide range of topics to expand your scleral fitting expertise. Some topics we will cover include scleral lens decentration and why this occurs; when to fit a symmetric, toric or asymmetric landing; how to fit an anterior surface toric lens; how to modify each zone in the ICD FlexFit and how much to modify for a customized fit. In this session you will expand your expertise and improve your scleral lens fitting efficiency on even the most challenging eyes. Watch it Now!

For more information and to order, call our dedicated Scleral Lens Consultation line at 1-800-772-3911 and choose option 4.