Locations

Kent
Eyes Rite Optical & Hearing Center
603 W Gowe St.
Kent, Wa 98032
ph: 253-854-2028

Renton
Sam’s Club Optical
901 S. Grady Way
Renton, Wa 98055
ph: 425-793-7946

Vision Correction

Do you want freedom from the hassles of daytime contact lenses and glasses? We can offer you a safe, non-surgical effective option--Corneal Refractive Therapy with Paragon CRT(TM).

Overview

Paragon CRT is a therapeutic contact lens that gently, temporarily reshapes your cornea while you sleep. You simply remove your lenses when you awaken and experience great vision all day. Paragon CRT is new and FDA approved for all ages to correct myopia (also known as nearsightedness) with or without low to moderate astigmatism. Read more at www.ParagonCRT.com.

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Call us at 253.854.2028 to ask about our free screening for Corneal Refractive Therapy and to find out if the freedom of Paragon CRT is right for you.

 

Corneal Refractive Therapy Lenses

Our doctors are certified to fit the new Corneal Refractive Therapy lenses. These lenses are specially designed to gently and temporarily reshape the cornea while you sleep each night so that during the day, you don't require vision-correcting glasses or contact lenses! The FDA has approved this safe and effective therapy for nighttime use.

 

Ideal Candidates

Good candidates for this non-surgical procedure are those individuals with up to six diopters of nearsightedness and/or mild to moderate amounts of astigmatism. There is no age restriction for CRT lens correction. Corneal Refractive Therapy can best benefit those individuals who cannot manage comfortable contact lens wear due to adverse environmental or work conditions. These lenses can also be a great choice for athletic individuals who find contact lenses or glasses to be a nuisance during certain activities. Because CRT mimics the effects of LASIK, it can be appealing to adolescents and young adults who aren't qualified to have LASIK at their age.

 

Typical Results

Results can be variable with CRT correction. According to an FDA clinical study, 93% of patients have attained 20/32 vision or better and 67% of patients have 20/20 vision or better. Initially, it can take multiple days to weeks for the cornea to reshape and give you the desired prescription. During this period, it is not uncommon to experience some halos and glare in your vision. However, these symptoms fade with time for most patients. Those individuals with naturally large pupils may be more susceptible to these particular types of symptoms. Once a desired prescription is attained, you need to continue to wear these special CRT lenses each night to maintain your clear vision. If for some reason, you are unhappy with the CRT results, the process is completely reversible unlike any surgical procedure.

For the full details, please see the website: www.ParagonCRT.com