UNLEASH YOUR OUTDOOR POTENTIAL
Orthokeratology, also known as Ortho-K or overnight vision correction, revolutionizes the way you see the world. Through specially designed gas-permeable lenses, Orthokeratology gently reshapes the cornea while you sleep, providing clear vision throughout the day without the need for glasses or contacts.
Here's how it works: You simply wear the Ortho-K lenses overnight, and while you sleep, they exert gentle pressure on the cornea, temporarily reshaping its curvature. When you wake up and remove the lenses, your cornea retains the new shape, resulting in improved vision. This innovative process offers outdoor enthusiasts numerous benefits, including freedom from eyewear during activities, unobstructed peripheral vision, and enhanced performance in sports. With Orthokeratology, you can enjoy unparalleled visual clarity, no matter where your outdoor adventures take you.
5 REASONS TO GET ORTHOKERATOLOGY
Uncompromised Freedom: Orthokeratology provides outdoor enthusiasts with the ultimate freedom from any form of eyewear, allowing them to fully immerse themselves in outdoor activities without the hassle of glasses or contacts.
Reduced Risk of Eye Infections: Outdoor environments can harbor dirt, dust, and allergens, which increase the risk of eye infections. Orthokeratology eliminates the need for wearing contacts during these conditions, minimizing the risk of infection.
Long-Term Cost Savings: While OrthoK is an upfront investment, it can lead to substantial long-term savings compared to the ongoing costs of purchasing prescription eyeglasses/sunglasses, contact lenses, and related supplies. A pair of lenses last one year and their cost is often lower than the cost of soft contacts.
No Fogging or Water Interference: Foggy glasses or water-soaked contacts can ruin an outdoor experience. Orthokeratology eliminates these issues, ensuring uninterrupted vision even in humid or wet conditions.
Completely Reversible: If you have considered getting Laser Eye Surgery and do not want to risk permanent changes to your eyes, the effects of Orthokeratology are safe, effective and temporary. Once you stop the treatment, your vision will go back to the way it was in 1-2 weeks.
REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR OUTDOOR LIFESTYLE
Experience the untamed beauty of the outdoors with Orthokeratology!
Ditch the limits of glasses and contacts and unleash your vision.
Crystal-clear sight, no fogging or slipping.
Move freely, protect your eyes from UV rays, and focus on what matters most: adventure.
Upgrade to Orthokeratology today!
THE PROCESS: WHAT TO EXPECT AT OUR OFFICE
Embarking on your Orthokeratology journey is a straightforward process that begins with a free consultation with our Optometrist.
During this initial meeting, you'll have the opportunity to discuss your vision goals and concerns Dr. Charron. He will evaluate your eligibility for Ortho-K and address any questions you may have, ensuring you have all the information to make an informed decision.
Once you decide to proceed with Orthokeratology, the next step is the examination and fitting stage.
EXAMINATION & FITTING:
This comprehensive eye examination includes mapping the shape of your cornea, measuring your visual acuity, and assessing your overall eye health. Based on the examination results, custom gas-permeable lenses will be ordered and shipped to our office within 1-2 weeks. The lenses are meticulously designed to fit your unique eye shape. These lenses are then carefully fitted and adjusted to ensure optimal comfort and vision correction.
Following the fitting, you will have scheduled follow-up appointments to monitor your progress, make any necessary adjustments, and assess the effectiveness of the treatment. These appointments are essential to ensure your Ortho-K lenses are providing the desired results and to address any concerns or questions that may arise.
To maintain optimal eye health and the clearest vision possible, you'll want to change the lenses once per year. Subsequent fittings and any changes in the lenses can be accomplished on the same day as your annual eye exam.