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Orthokeratology

Clear vision without surgery, glasses, or daytime contacts.

What if you could correct your eyesight and reduce your dependence on corrective lenses, all while you sleep?

It may sound impossible. But for many, it’s a reality with orthokeratology (ortho-k).

Interested? Schedule an appointment with your eye care provider to learn more.

What is orthokeratology?

Ortho-k uses specially designed, gas permeable contact lenses to temporarily reshape your cornea while you sleep.

The result is clear vision when you wake up and remove the lenses the following day. And that effect should last throughout the day.

The change in the shape of the cornea, as well as the vision correction you experience, will revert when you stop using the lenses.

What visual problems can ortho-k correct?

Ortho-K is most commonly used to temporarily correct myopia (nearsightedness).

In some cases, it can be used to correct lesser degrees of astigmatism and farsightedness.

To find out if ortho-k is right for you, get in touch with your eye care provider.

Am I a good candidate for ortho-k?

Only your eye care provider can answer that question.

However, most people with mild to moderate myopia are good candidates.

The treatment is highly preferred for people who have issues wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses.

Want to learn more about your options? Schedule an appointment at Vision Source Innovative Eye Care to see if orthokeratology is right for you.