Orthokeratology lenses, also known as Ortho-k lenses, are a type of contact lens that can be worn while sleeping to correct refractive errors and improve vision during the day. However, in recent times, Ortho-k lenses have also been gaining in popularity for their ability to slow down the progression of myopia in children and young adults. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at Ortho-k lenses and their efficacy for myopia control.
According to an article by the University of Utah Health, FL-41 is a type of rose or “boysenberry” colored tint that can help ease sufferers of migraine headaches, blepharospasm, light-triggered seizures, CVS (Computer Vision Syndrome) as well as other light-sensitive/triggered conditions.
Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of irreversible worldwide blindness.
It is a sight threatening condition, that is sometimes associated with high intra-ocular pressure, when the aqueous in our eye is not able to drain effectively, thus causing damage to the optic nerve.
Last June, KJ Optometrists had the privilege to support the Singapore Red Cross in its healthcare mission to Sri Lanka. The Singapore Red Cross team provided spectacles to the elderly beneficiaries in Sri Lanka for daily uses such as reading, sewing and knitting.