How was EyePrintPRO™ Developed?

The concept of EyePrint Prosthetics was developed by Dr. Christine Sindt. Dr. Sindt has devoted her career to providing vision for patients with diseased and irregular corneas. After developing the patented EyePrint ocular surface impression process, she partnered with Keith Parker, President of Advanced Vision Technologies, a state of the art specialty contact lens manufacturing laboratory. Together, with the help of many dedicated colleagues, they have developed the EyePrint Process to deliver life changing vision for many patients suffering from ocular surface disease.

Experience and Dedication of the

EyePrintPRO™ Designers

EyePrint Prosthetics, LLC is a private operating company created by Christine Sindt, OD, FAAO, FSLS, Iowa City, IA and Keith Parker, NCLEC, Denver, CO. EyePrint is a growing Network of Staff and Colleagues across the International Ophthalmic Community.

Christine Sindt, OD, FAAO, FSLS

Dr. Christine W. Sindt is a 1994 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry. She completed a disease-based residency at the Cleveland Veterans Administration Medical Center. Dr. Sindt joined the Faculty of the University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences in 1995, where she is currently Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Director of the Contact Lens Service. She also serves as a consultant optometrist for the Iowa City Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center…

Keith Parker, NCLEC


Keith Parker has been in the contact lens industry since 1976. His experience enables him to be an effective consultant specializing in fitting irregular corneas. Keith is Owner and President of Advanced Vision Technologies and was formerly the General Manager of Essilor. He recently served as the Immediate Past President of the Contact Lens Manufacturers Association (CLMA) Board of Directors. Keith has participated on numerous advisory panels and lectured on contact lens related subjects throughout the United States and abroad. Keith published articles in Contact Lens Spectrum, Optometry Today, Lab Talk, Global Contact and received the 2001 Global Contact Award.