Correct myopia during the night and enjoy your perfect vision
    without glasses or contact lenses during the day

Correct myopia during the night

and liberate yourself from the glasses during the day with the Ortho-K contact lenses

Do you need an alternative to surgery?
Does wearing glasses annoy you when you are working or doing sport?

Now you can forget about wearing glasses with the Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT), a treatment that involves applying contact lenses while you sleep in order to modify the corneal curvature and myopia.

This way, when you wake up you have clear vision that lets you see freely all day without glasses or contact lenses.

Ortho-K lenses are designed for myopia up to -6.00 dioptres and astigmatism up to -1.75. They are ideal for children and young myopic, as they stop myopia from increasing.

Watch this video in order to know how ortho-k lenses work

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is Ortho-K?

Ortho-K is a contact lens specially designed for the Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT).

What is the Corneal Refractive Therapy?

It is a non-surgical technique used in optometry that reduces, thanks to the nocturne use of the exclusively designed Ortho-K contact lens, approved by the FDA and the EU, myopia and astigmatism so that the patient can have clear vision during the day without the aid of glasses or contact lenses.

Is Ortho-K a new therapy?

No, hundreds of clients have used them for some years already. The concept is not new, but the Ortho-K lens is the first and only one authorised by the FDA for the Corneal Refractive Therapy, up to 6 dioptres.

Is the effect of the Ortho-K lenses permanent?

No. If you stop using the lenses your eyesight will remain as it was before using the Corneal Refractive Therapy.

How long does it take to have good eyesight?

Many patients appreciate significant changes within a few days and in 1 or 2 weeks they reach the complete correction of the eyesight.

Can I see anything while I am wearing the Ortho-K lenses?


What type of risks involves the use of the Ortho-K lenses?

In clinical studies no complications were registered. The FDA concluded that these lenses are safe and effective.

How often should I replace my Ortho-K lenses?

It is estimated that the lenses last over a year and a half, reaching a life of two years.

How do I take care of the Ortho-K lenses?

The professional will indicate which is, in every case, the best method for the care and maintenance of your lenses, but it should be enough by using a liquid to clean them after removing the lenses in the morning.

Are the Ortho-K lenses appropriate for me?

The Ortho-K lenses are designed for myopia up to -6.00 and for astigmatism up to -1.75 Dp.