EyeDream and Overnight Vision Correction
Introducing EyeDream - a vision correction therapy that provides clear, comfortable vision without the need to wear contact lenses during the day. When worn at night EyeDream lenses apply a controlled shape to the ‘window’ at the front of the eye (the cornea), eliminating your short sightedness. When you wake up, you simply remove the lenses, leaving you with clear natural vision all day long!
EyeDream is ideal for low-mid short sighted people who:
- Want clear natural vision all day - every day
- Find soft contact lenses do not fulfil their comfort demands
- Are involved in recreational and sports activities
- Have considered refractive surgery because of the freedom it provides, but are worried about the risks
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Overnight Vision Correction
Overnight Vision Correction (also known as Orthokeratology or ortho-K, or corneal re-shaping), is the use of specially designed rigid gas-permeable (RGP) contact lenses to alter the shape of the cornea (the transparent front part of the eye) in order to reduce or correct low levels of myopia (short sight). The procedure may also be effective with low degrees of astigmatism (generally caused by an irregular cornea).
Orthokeratology lenses are worn nightly or on alternate nights and removed in the morning. The aim is to correct vision without the need for spectacles or contact lenses during the day. Because the effects on the shape of the eye are temporary, the eyes return to their original shape and prescription if the lenses are left off for a few days.
The main advantage is that contact lenses are not worn during the day, which is particularly useful for some activities, such as water or contact sports. Since it’s possible to see both with and without the lenses, they correct vision around the clock.
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