Q: I've heard that people can wear contact lenses to bed to correct their vision. I've googled this and the results that came up were LASIK, which I know is surgery and not what I'm looking for, and something called corneal refractive therapy, which is not the term I remember hearing. What is it that I'm looking for?
A: Scan the entire page of results. You're probably referring to Ortho-K. It's short for orthokeratology, w/c is putting in contact lenses at night to reshape the cornea. According to this site, Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) is one of the many brand names for Ortho-K. They say you can see results after just a few weeks and it costs between $1,000 to $3,000 for both eyes.
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