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What Is Ortho-K Treatment?

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Ortho-k (also called Orthokeratology) is a nonsurgical and reversible vision correction procedure approved for adults and children (six years and up). The Ortho-k contact lens is worn at night while you sleep. When you awake in the morning, you remove the lenses, and your vision remains clear throughout the entire day. Orthokeratology is approved for adults and children (six years old and up).

Orthokeratology Lenses

The contact lens used is made of a rigid gas-permeable material — it is not completely soft, nor is it completely hard. It has a flexible property that rebounds to its original shape. Because of this, Ortho-k lenses are more easily handled (i.e., easier to put on and take off the eyes) and are more comfortable than your typical “hard” contact lenses. But the greatest benefit of all is the clinically proven ability of the Ortho-k lens to slow down the rate of nearsighted (myopia) progression in children.

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