Paragon CRT is a specially designed therapeutic contact lens that gently and temporarily reshapes the cornea while you sleep. Through intense research and clinical testing, Paragon CRT has been FDA approved as both safe and effective for patients of all ages when worn during sleeping hours. The result is great vision 24 hours a day- without the lenses during waking hours and while they’re in at night- with correction of myopia (nearsightedness) and myopia with astigmatism.
Paragon CRT is a specially designed oxygen permeable therapeutic contact lens used in Corneal Refractive Therapy.
Corneal Refractive Therapy is a technologically advanced, non-surgical process, which reshapes the cornea while you sleep. You remove the lenses when you awake and are able to go throughout the day without any other correction.
No. It’s temporary. If you stop wearing the lenses your vision will return to its original state in as little as 72 hours.
Not everyone can wear Paragon CRT. This lens is designed for individuals with low to moderate myopia (nearsightedness) with or without astigmatism. There are no age restrictions for Paragon CRT, which makes it a great option for everyone in the family. However, since there are variations in the patient physiology and visual needs, the decision through eye exam and the recommendations of the eye care professional.
There is a risk involved when any contact lens is worn. There were no serious adverse events observed in the Paragon CRT FDA clinical study.
Yes. One of the great features of the CRT lens is you will be able to see clearly with your lenses on and off.
Generally speaking the CRT lenses will have to be replaced yearly.
Your lenses should be disinfected after every use. Your eye care practitioner will instruct you about which care system in best for you.
Most patients see dramatic improvement in the first few days, with complete vision correction in one to two weeks.
If you think CRT may be just the thing you’re looking for to get rid of your glasses and daytime contacts, then now’s the time to do something about it. Because the day without all the hassles of glasses and contacts could be tomorrow.