Case Report: Tom Arnold

Scleral fit on post Radial Keratotomy eye

Dr. Tom Arnold

Dr. Tom Arnold has a private group practice in Sugar Land, Texas. With a long-standing interest in specialty contact lenses, he is a Fellow of the Scleral Lens Education Society and was one of three winners of the photo contest at the 2017 Global Specialty Lens Symposium. He has been a consultant for and spoken on behalf of Blanchard Lab, Bausch + Lomb Specialty Vision Products, Boston Sight Sclerals, EyePrint Prosthetics and AccuLens. Dr. Arnold is adjunct faculty at the University of Houston College of Optometry.


A 45-year-old woman presents for a contact lens evaluation. She had undergone radial keratotomy twenty years before. Her chief complaints were poor night vision, especially when driving, starburst and reading in conditions of low light and dry eyes.