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MYOPIA CONTROL – ORTHO K- CRT Contact Lenses

Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, is a common type of refractive error where close objects appear clearly, and distant objects appear blurry. In addition to weakening vision, the physical structure of the eye also changes. Myopia can steepen the front surface of the eye (cornea) and/or stretch the retina (axial elongation) – both of which can increase the risk of future eye diseases. In the U.S., 40 percent of children have myopia today, compared to 20 percent just 30 years ago.
 

You may be at higher risk for developing myopia and have faster progression of myopia if there’s:

  • Family history of myopia
  • Early onset of myopia
  • Environmental factors such as increased near work-like computer use
Earlier the better. It’s better to start myopia control when patients are first developing myopia. A basic eye exam can confirm nearsightedness. It is very important to schedule a comprehensive eye exam annually to help ensure that your eyes are healthy and without any cause for concern.
 

Earlier the better. It’s better to start myopia control when patients are first developing myopia. A basic eye exam can confirm nearsightedness. It is very important to schedule a comprehensive eye exam annually to help ensure that your eyes are healthy and without any cause for concern.

This FAQ guide will help you understand Myopia Control Ortho-k

Myopia control is slowing, stopping or reversing the progression of myopia. There are a few different techniques for Myopia Control with Ortho-K being the lost common. CRT Contact lenses are specially designed contact lenses used for Ortho-K. The CRT lenses are worn while sleeping in order to gently reshape the cornea so the eye is no longer near sighted upon awakening. This allows the patient to have functional vision without wearing any corrective lenses. Wear CRT lenses while sleeping, wear nothing while awake.
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