Hi! I've been reading through the postings on Scleral lenses, and it seems they work well for dry eye. However my case is slightly different. After almost a year of dry eye and lacrilube, my eye started to make tears again, intermittently, but enough so that I rarely need to use drops. The problem now is that the tears do not drain. They pool up in my eye, causing blurry vision. The way it was explained to me, there is a muscle near the eye that sends tears in, and another that drains them back out. Both are controlled by branches of the facial nerve. In my case, the first branch regenerated, but the second branch did not. So I am wondering how the Scleral will work in my case. After some research, I have found two providers reasonably close, and they both say I am a viable candidate based on our phone discussion. However, neither seems familiar with AN, and neither can explain how a Scleral (or any other specialty lens) will solve the issue of tears pooling up. Has anyone else been in this situation? The two providers I am considering are in Greenville, SC, and Columbia, SC. Any comments or advice would be truly appreciated!