Contact lens treatment




Contactology is a very specific medical practice that aims to correct certain visual defects by wearing contact lenses day or night. Contact lens adaptation lasts an average of 1 month, so that you can safely enjoy optimum visual comfort. Depending on the patient and the pathology, additional checks may be required.


  • Contact lens treatment
  • Customized solutions for all types of pathology: myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia





Orthokeratology is the technique of wearing flexible contact lenses at night. This technique can be used for all visual defects (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, presbyopia). Only an ophthalmologist can make a medical diagnosis and determine whether there are any contraindications.


  • Wear lenses for 6 to 8 hours every night
  • Visual defect disappears within 24 to 48 hours

Corneal disease


Keratoconus treatment


Keratoconus is a disease of the cornea that manifests itself as a progressive, asymmetrical bulging of the cornea. The cornea then takes on the shape of a cone. Treatment with rigid or soft contact lenses flattens the surface of the cornea, helping to restore better quality vision.


  • Mainly affects young people aged 9 to 28
  • Symptoms: visual reduction, distortion and distortion of vision
  • Vision screening
  • Mostly hereditary and common in patients who rub their eyes frequently



Some quick answers to your questions

What is orthokeratology and what does it involve?
Orthokeratology is a technique that involves wearing contact lenses at night to correct visual defects (myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, presbyopia) during the day.
What are the advantages of orthokeratology?
Orthokeratology enables you to see freely throughout the day without the need for glasses.
Are there any risks associated with orthokeratology?
The most common risks are eye infections and corneal damage.

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