Important Safety Information

I’m Ready To Get My Fitting Set

Balance power and simplicity:

the Zenlens®
fitting set

Fit a wide range of patient parameters with one Zenlens® fitting set, an all-in-one scleral lens system designed with the lens options, diameters, and customizations eye care professionals (ECPs) need, right at their fingertips

Video Transcript


ACTION (0:08-0:41): DR. JEDLICKA Welcome to the Zenlens® diagnostic fit set virtual tour. At Bausch + Lomb, we’re constantly creating ways to improve your custom lens fitting experience. The original diagnostic set and fitting protocol helped facilitate diagnostic scleral lens fitting by allowing practitioners to fit many scleral-lens patients from a single fitting set. As scleral lens fitting evolved, so did the need for more toric lens and diameter options, and the ability to customize fitting sets with additional unique lenses practitioners want to have on hand.

ACTION (0:41-1:01):  DR. JEDLICKA This led to the development of the next-generation Zenlens® diagnostic fit set. One that…

includes two geometries…

toric peripheral curves… 

small-diameter diagnostic lenses… 

…and a section for six additional lenses. 

ACTION (1:01-1:57): DR. JEDLICKA

This expanded 48-lens fit set is three sets in one, giving you a simpler and more convenient way to fit nearly any scleral lens patient.   This fitting approach will give you more customization options, with more toric or spherical APS lenses available. It will satisfy the practitioner that prefers small-diameter lenses for specific subsets of patients, such as standard refractive error patients, and those with normally shaped corneas.

The first benefit of the expanded set is the ability to add more toric diagnostic lens options to the standard base spherical lens set or to add more spheres to the toric diagnostic lens set—whichever you prefer. This provides fitters with a more accurate diagnostic lens for those patients with a scleral shape different from their historical Zenlens® set, without having to rely on a separate diagnostic lens set. 

ACTION (1:57-2:23):DR. JEDLICKA In addition to the spherical, toric, and small-diameter lenses in your set, there are six empty slots that you can customize with diagnostic lenses that make the most sense for the patients you fit most frequently. Whether they are duplicates of your most used lenses, expanded SAG options,  quadrant-specific diagnostic lenses, or whatever you want to have access to in your set, you may purchase any additional lens you'd like to fill those six slots. 

ACTION (2:53-3:43):  DR. JEDLICKA With Zenlens®, you simply start with the lens geometry that is most appropriate for the individual patient you are fitting: prolate for those with normal to steeper central corneas, or oblate for those with flat central corneas or peripheral elevations. Having both standard and reverse geometry lens options allows you to choose a lens that will more appropriately align with the shape of the patient’s cornea. This is particularly useful because some sets don’t include oblate shapes.  

Second, you choose the lens diameter that is appropriate for your patient’s corneal diameter. Fit average to smaller corneas with a 14.8 mm or 16.0 mm lens diameter. Fit average to larger corneas with a 15.4 mm or 17.0 mm lens diameter. It’s that straightforward. 

ACTION (3:44-4:49): DR. JEDLICKA

Then select the lens SAG you feel is most appropriate for the eye you are fitting. Keep in mind that advanced cones, larger corneal diameters, and post-PK eyes will need deeper lenses, while post-refractive corneas, small corneal diameters, and normally-shaped corneas will need shallower lenses.

The final decision is between fitting a spherical or toric APS lens. Base this on your personal fitting preferences and the availability of scleral-shape data.

Each fit set comes with a detailed, step-by-step fitting guide to help you understand the available features and customization options with Zenlens®. After watching this video and reviewing the fit guide, you will be able to navigate this expanded fit set, fit the lens, and place orders with appropriate parameters.

And if you need additional assistance, Zenlens® offers exceptional support with FSCLA-certified, expert consultants that can provide you with on-demand individualized support throughout the fitting process.

ACTION (4:50-5:137: DR. JEDLICKA

Be sure to have Rx, ADD powers, and HVID ready to go when you place your order. You can specify the necessary contact lens prescription or have our consultants calculate it for you from the spectacle prescription. You can call in, email or fax your order anytime to our FCLSA-certified consultation team.

All orders include unlimited lens remakes for 120 days without returning the original lens. Simply contact us with the new parameters and prescription to manufacture your new lenses.

Thank you for watching the Bausch + Lomb Zenlens® diagnostic 48-lens fit set virtual tour. Contact your Bausch + Lomb Specialty Vision Products sales representative to learn more about getting this fit set for your practice. For more information on how to confidently fit custom lenses with Zenlens®, email or call (800) 253-3669.


3 fitting sets in 1, customized to meet your fitting style

Toric and spherical core sets available with a customizable side panel to best suit your fitting needs, including Bi-Elevation™ lenses to address scleral alignment. Explore the possible fitting set combinations below:

Customize your fitting set

Choose a core set
Customize the right-side panel


48 lenses in 4 diameters for small and large corneas

2 lens geometries to adapt to unique eye shapes

Dx lenses with 300 µm and 450 µm of Bi-Elevation™

6 customizable lens slots* to fill with diagnostic lenses of your choice

*Additional diagnostic lenses available for purchase.

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Important Safety Information for Gas Permeable and Customized Soft Contact Lenses


Patients should be advised of the following warnings pertaining to contact lens wear:

  • Problems with contact lenses and lens care products could result in serious injury to the eye. It is essential that patients follow their eye care practitioner’s directions and all labeling instructions for proper use of lenses and lens care products, including the lens case. Eye problems, including corneal ulcers, can develop rapidly and lead to loss of vision.
  • Daily wear lenses are not indicated for overnight wear, and patients should be instructed not to wear lenses while sleeping. Clinical studies have shown that the risk of serious adverse reactions is increased when daily wear lenses are worn overnight.
  • Studies have shown that contact lens wearers who are smokers have a higher incidence of adverse reactions than nonsmokers.
  • If a patient experiences eye discomfort, excessive tearing, vision changes, or redness of the eye, the patient should be instructed to immediately remove lenses and promptly contact his or her eye care practitioner.


Do not use when any of the following conditions exist:

  • Acute or subacute inflammation or infection of the anterior chamber of the eye
  • Any eye disease, injury or abnormality, other than keratoconus, PMD, that affects the cornea, conjunctiva, or eyelids
  • Severe insufficiency of lacrimal secretion (dry eye)
  • Corneal hypoesthesia (reduced sensitivity), if not aphakic
  • Any systemic disease that may affect the eye or be exaggerated by wearing contact lenses
  • Allergic reactions of ocular surfaces or adnexa that may be induced or exaggerated by wearing contact lenses or using contact lens solutions
  • Allergy to any ingredient in a solution which is to be used to care for contact lenses
  • Any active corneal infection (bacterial, fungal, or viral)
  • Red or irritated eyes


The following problems may occur with the use of contact lenses:

  • Eyes stinging, burning, itching, irritation, or other eye pain
  • Comfort is less than when the lens was first placed on the eye
  • Feeling of something in the eye such as a foreign body, scratched area
  • Excessive watering (tearing) of the eye
  • Unusual eye secretions
  • Redness of the eyes
  • Reduced sharpness of vision (poor visual acuity)
  • Blurred vision, rainbows, or halos around objects
  • Sensitivity to light (photophobia)
  • Dry eyes