Better Vision While You Sleep

By: Sahar El-Hodiri
By: Sahar El-Hodiri

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A new type of contact lens can correct your vision while you sleep.

The cornea molds itself to the shape of the lens. When you remove the lens, the cornea keeps its new shape so you can see clearly throughout the day. "It's a great alternative for someone who would like to correct their vision during the day, anyone who wants to correct their vision during the day and may not want to do refractive surgery," said Optometrist Dr. Andrea Baker.

Corneal Refractive Therapy can take 10 to 14 days to see maximum results. The change is temporary and easily reversible if you don't like it. It costs $1,500 for all your exams and licenses the first year

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