Utilising the design programs of leading US Orthokeratology pioneer, Dr Roger Tabb, Gelflex offers an exciting range of specialty reverse geometry gas permeable lenses for patients with a requirement for corneal correction.
NightMove® OrthoK for myopic patients - remoulding of the cornea with overnight use of rigid contact lenses crafted specifically to the patient's cornea.
AstigMove® OrthoK for astigmatic patients - based on Nightmove technology but for astigmatic patients.
ConeMove® - enables practitioners to fit Keratoconic patients with an accurate reverse geometry rigid lens.
SuRehabMove® - reverse geometry lenses designed for patients with distorted corneas following trauma or surgery.
Keratoconus - Gelflex offers a number of specialised keratoconic designs based on the patient's corneal topography.
Gelflex Laboratories | Contact Lens Specialists
Gelflex Laboratories is an innovative Contact Lens manufacturer based in Perth, Western Australia, providing a range of specialised, coloured and extended wear contact lenses to improve the vision, comfort and appearance of its wearers.
Australian Optometrist and pioneer of the contact lens industry Donald Ezekiel founded Gelflex Laboratories in 1971, and today the company is operated and managed by contact lens specialists who understand how to deliver quality service to practitioners and innovative contact lens products for their customers.
Widely regarded as one of the finest contact lens laboratories in the world, Gelflex Laboratories conducts extensive research and development, to continually improve on the quality of its product range. Gelflex has implemented and received Quality Assurance Standard ISO 9001 which includes the manufacture of contact lenses and intraocular lenses. Quality management systems include AS.NZ ISO 9001;2000 and EN ISO 13485;2000 Quality System Standards.
Gelflex Laboratories exports all around the world with markets in the USA, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Gelflex has approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Australian Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) and the European CE Mark to manufacture contact lenses and intraocular lenses.
Clinical and technical advice, and general information about all our products is available from our specialist consulting practitioners.