Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI)
Overview, symptoms & treatment options

Do you currently wear contact lenses but struggle with eye pain, dry eyes, or constant irritation when wearing them? You’re not alone. Every year over 5 million contact lens wearers develop some form of contact lens intolerance (CLI). At Goel Vision, we are dedicated to helping our patients find relief from their CLI.

Nearly 140 million people worldwide wear contact lenses for vision correction. 

Patients with Contact Lens Intolerance (CLI) can fall into three different categories

What treatment options are available for CLI?

Contact lens intolerant people can find relief from their symptoms with the help of the Goel Vision team.

What is SMILE laser eye
surgery and how does it work?

SMILE stands for Small Incision Lenticule Extraction. This procedure uses a precise laser to correct nearsightedness and astigmatism. The surgery is performed by our providers in three simple steps:

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