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Overnight Vision Correction

Ortho K Contact Lenses

Introducing EyeDream Contact Lenses...

Imagine a solution that bettered your sight and provided clear, comfortable vision without the need to wear spectacles or contact lenses during the day. EyeDream does just that!

This new concept brings a unique, modern approach to an already well-established technique known as orthokeratology. No more restrictions on how long you wear your lenses, no more irritation from air-conditioned or smoky environments and the freedom to be as active as you want.

Eyedream contact lenses

So How Does It Work?

Through overnight vision correction. It is a specially designed contact lens that reduces the power of the cornea (at the front of the eye) by wearing it overnight. You apply your EyeDream contact lenses before you go to bed, remove them when you wake up, leaving you with clear natural vision all day.

Who Is EyeDream Suitable For?

Eyedream utilises an established lens design that has been available in Europe since 2002. It boast thousands of happy patients and is able to correct the following degrees of shortsightedness: 

  • A spherical spectacle prescription of -0.75D up to -5.00D

  • Astigmatism of up to -2.50D

Orthokeratology for Children
Orthokeratology for Children

Many studies have shown that ortho K lenses cab slow the progression of shortsightedness in children and reduce the likelihood of developing associated problems in adulthood.

The effect is not guaranteed, as results vary for individual children, however, it has never been known to make youngsters more shortsighted.

Beyond the obvious health benefits, EyeDReam can be financially rewarding for parents, as spectacles need to be changed less frequently. Also, as daytime is free of spectacles and lens wear, children can take part in all activities and sports without having to worry about their vision – and as the lenses aren’t worn out of the house there is less worry about losing them!

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