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Control your child’s vision with Orthokeratology

Are you concerned about your child’s vision? With a staggering 65% of Singaporean children at risk of myopia by the age of 12, it’s crucial not to leave their eyesight to chance. Thankfully, there’s a proactive solution to control your child’s vision: Orthokeratology.

Imagine a world where your child doesn’t have to worry about remembering their spectacles for class. With Orthokeratology, commonly known as Ortho-K, this can become a reality. Here’s why Ortho-K is the go-to choice for managing your child’s vision:

Be Spectacle Free

Say goodbye to the hassle of bringing spectacles to class. Ortho-K lenses are worn while sleeping, reshaping the cornea gently and gradually. This means your child can enjoy clear vision throughout the day without the need for glasses or daytime contact lenses. No more distractions or interruptions in lessons – just pure concentration and focus.

Correct Your Vision While You Sleep

Ortho-K lenses work their magic while your child sleeps. By wearing these specialized lenses overnight, they can wake up to clearer vision each morning. It’s like getting a vision correction treatment while catching up on precious sleep. Plus, there’s no discomfort or inconvenience during the day – it’s effortless and hassle-free.

Proven Track Record

Orthokeratology isn’t just a novel idea – it’s a proven method backed by years of success. Countless studies have demonstrated its effectiveness in controlling myopia progression in children. With Ortho-K, you can rest assured that your child’s vision is in capable hands.

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Don’t let myopia dictate your child’s future. Take control of their vision with Orthokeratology today. Contact us to schedule a consultation and give your child the gift of clear sight or click here to for further inquiries.

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