We are usually not the best option for keratoconus patients. You may need additional testing on top of what Sightbox covers, and may be prescribed a lens that we cannot support (i.e. RGP / hard lens). Since you have keratoconus it is likely that your medical insurance will cover your vision care, so we recommend checking with your medical insurance provider.
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- How long does it take to get an appointment? How long until I get my contacts?
- How Does Sightbox Work?
- How do I get started with Sightbox?
- Is Sightbox a scam? How do I know it is legit?
- How long does a Sightbox membership last?
- How is an online retailer different?
- Can I use my current prescription?
- Can I use my current optometrist?
- What if I have astigmatism and need toric lenses?
- What if I don't have vision insurance?