Why do we ask?
Orthokeratology, or "Ortho-k" allows patients with short sight (myopia) to see clearly without glasses or daytime contact lenses.
The procedure involves individually-designed contact lenses, worn overnight, which gently reshape the cornea.
This process is great for adults who don’t want to wear contacts or specs during the day, and it’s PARTICULARLY good for children.
Why children? Because ortho-k stops the short sight from becoming worse over time as well.
Andrew Robinson is an expert in ortho-k, and he achieves great results for his patients.
If you’re interested in whether you, or your child, might be a candidate for ortho-k, book in to see Andrew, or email email@example.com.