The Rose K2 keratoconus lens design is the most widely
prescribed RGP keratoconus lens in the world.
It is a multi-spherical posterior design with aberration
control aspheric optics across the back and front optic zone diameters.
The design provides an easy-to-fit systematic approach with
a flexible edge lift for the practitioner enabling them to reduce their chair
time and dispense the optimum fitting lens to the patient.
Utilizing a 26 lens
diagnostic trial set (loaner sets available) which is supplied with all fitting
guidelines and a trouble shooting guide, the keratoconus patient can be fitted
Rose K ACT
The Rose K ACT is the latest design enhancement that can be
applied to any of the Rose K designs.
ACT (asymmmetric corneal technology) enables the
practitioner to specify a different posterior edge lift in a specific quadrant
of the contact lens (normally inferior) to that on the rest of the posterior surface.
The entire Rose K range of lenses can
be supplied in various toric designs. These are toric periphery, back toric,
bi-toric and front surface toric.
Rose K2 Post
Rose K2 Post Graft lens design is used on patients who have undergone penetrating
lens is designed for postoperative recovery and improvement in vision. It is a
multi-spherical posterior design with some reverse curve geometry and
aberration control aspheric optics across the back and front optic zone
The lens design can be fitted from a 22
lens diagnostic trial set which is supplied with fitting guidelines and a
trouble shooting guide. It is recommended that the practitioner uses a high DK
material such as Boston
for these patients.
Rose K2 IC
The Rose K2 IC lens design for the irregular cornea is ideal for
patients with Pellucid Marginal Degeneration, Keratoglobus, Post Graft and
LASIK induced ecstasia with secondary applications for nipple and oval cones.
It has a larger overall diameter and utilizes the same
systematic fitting approach of the Rose K2 design.
It is recommended that the practitioner
uses a high DK material such as Boston
for these patients.