Centre Eyes is an independently owned and operated optometrist in North Sydney. Our high standards for eye care extend to prescription glasses, various types of contact lens and Orthokeratology for North Sydney residents.

Orthokeratology North Sydney

Clients who want unaided vision during the day can use orthokeratology contact lenses at night. This is a non-surgical method that uses rigid lenses to correct the physical shape of the eye while the patient is asleep. They must be designed specifically for each patient, but their ability to correct vision is impressive, and many find wearing contacts at night preferable to longer daytime wear. Centre eyes prescribes lens for and supports orthokeratology; neutral bay residents have several options for vision correction.

Ortho K North Sydney

This is another term for Orthokeratology, where lens worn at night correct daytime vision. Because lenses are only worn at night, for 7 – 8 hours while the eyes remain shut, many clients find this preferable to wearing glasses or contacts for the duration of the day.

Myopia Control Optometry North Sydney

Myopia is short sightedness, where distant objects are hard to focus on. This is caused by a slightly misshapen eye, and tends to get worse with age. The use of Ortho K lens has been shown to prevent the eyesight problems from getting worse. Orthokerotology uses contact lenses at night to temporarily correct eyesight focal problems. As well as allowing normal daytime vision these lenses prevent the vision problems form becoming worse, meaning the patient’s prescription does not alter.
Myopia Control Contact lenses North Sydney
Ortho K contact lenses are only worn at night, and can be specifically designed to both provide clean daytime vision and to prevent any further change in eyewear prescription.

Keratoconus Contact Lenses North Sydney

Keratoconus is a degenerative disorder of the eye in which the cornea becomes conical in shape rather than curved. This condition strongly compromises vision, and will steadily worsen over time. Though the resulting poor vision can be compensated for with glasses Keratoconus is often treated with contact lenses and Orthokeratology. This contact lens system tends to use hard lenses to reshape the cornea rather that soft lenses to refocus the light. It also helps slow the degenerative vision loss. Individuals who suspect they have any vision problems including keratoconus should have an immediate eye exam.

Keratoconus North Sydney

As a keratoconus optometrist North Sydney based Centre vision is well positioned to look after all vision problems. In addition to our eye exam services, and as well as being a keratoconus specialist North Sydney residents can also benefit from our orthokeratology, prescription glasses and various contact lenses services.