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Here’s how it works
When you sleep, you wear special contact lens molds that gently
reshape the front of your eye, so you can see clearly even after you
remove the lenses. The effect is temporary--lasting one to three
days, so you must wear the special molds each night.
Topographical scans of your corneas (the front surface of your eye)
will be taken. This is a painless digital picture of your eye that is
much like a topographical map of the earth except this map shows the
hills and valleys of each unique cornea.
We use a Scout Topographer that measures 14,700 data points of
corneal curvature. Dr. Davis uses a computer-assisted design program
and computer-assisted manufacturing process to design one-of-a-kind
custom Ortho-K lenses. The Scout topographer is the ONLY instrument
in the world in which the unique topography of each patient's eye is used
as a template for customized contact lens design. Once designed by Dr.
Davis, the lenses are produced by a precise computer-numerical-
controlled lathe and then shipped to Dr. Davis for final verification and
Dispensing of the lenses
Dr. Davis and staff instruct their patients on insertion, removal and cleaning of their special
lenses. Results are often immediate. Frequently, patients achieve excellent vision with their
naked eyes after the first night of molding and within a few days most patients maintain clear
vision for the entire day and evening.
The lenses can last for 2 years depending on the patient's care and cleaning. Spare pairs of
contact molds are recommended and replacement molds can be ordered.
Dr. Roger Davis
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