Get ready to throw away your glasses!
Ortho-K Overnight Vision Correction has been shown to slow the progression of children’s nearsightedness.
Custom-fitted, gentle vision shaping contact lenses are worn while your child sleeps to temporarily reshape the cornea to improve vision during the day. Your child will be able to see clearly without the need for eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Studies show that the progression of myopia is also slowed with Ortho-K therapy.
Why Is Paragon CRT The Correct Choice for Ortho K?
Paragon CRT contact lenses are FDA approved contact lenses worn while sleeping. The Paragon lenses gently reshape the cornea without permanent changes to the eye. The Paragon lenses are worn during the night and removed in the morning. The result is clearer vision during the day without any corrective glasses or contacts.
80% of learning is visual. Give your child the best chances for success!
No More Eyewear! No Surgery!
With Ortho-K your child can enjoy all of the activities they love
without having to worry about eyewear. No more broken or
lost glasses, no more contact lens care and no surgery.
Ortho-K is safe for children and adults. To see if Ortho-K is right for you, you will need to schedule an Ortho-K evaluation with your optometrist.
How long does it take to work?
Most patients see noticeable improvements within the first few days and complete vision correction is expected within 1-2 weeks.
Is Ortho K with Paragon Lenses Safe?
Yes! Wearing Paragon CRT contact lenses is safe and very effective. Because the lenses are only worn while sleeping, there is significantly less risk of infection, and discomfort when compared to regular contact lenses.
Ortho-K & Sports
Are your glasses getting in the way of the game? With Ortho-K, you can get on the field, court or pool without a care. See clearly and safely during your sport without the need for glasses or contacts.
The myopic eye is longer than the non-myopic eye. This means that instead of light focusing on the back of the eye, light focuses in the front of the eye, causing blurred vision.
The onset of myopia at an early age brings with it the likelihood of visual performance issues which can effect classroom, social and work. Later in life, if not treated properly, high levels of myopia doubles the risk of serious eye health problems such as retinal detachment, cataracts, and glaucoma which can lead to vision loss and blindness.