The Rose K family of lenses was invented by Paul Rose, an optometrist from Hamilton, New Zealand. Paul developed the original Rose K design for patients of keratoconus, a progressive condition in which the surface of the cornea becomes cone-shaped. Subsequently, he created new designs to treat patients with other irregular cornea disorders and for post corneal surgical cases.
Rose K lenses are now manufactured in 18 countries, distributed in 88 countries and have become the most frequently prescribed brand of lens for the irregular cornea in the world.
For more information, please visit the Rose K website.
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