Ortho-K Gives You 20/20 Vision; No Surgery Needed. (Sponsored)

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Dr. Diana Nguyen, OD is an Optometrist at Eye D Vision known for her friendly demeanor and good patient relationships in our community.  In this new series, Dr. Nguyen discusses Ortho-K Treatment which eliminates the need for glasses an contacts.

Dr. Diana Nguyen

What is Ortho-K?
Orthokeratology is a non-surgical and FDA approved vision correction treatment. This treatment gives you freedom from glasses and contacts all day without any surgery and is half the price of Lasik.

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How does Ortho-K work?
It’s an easy, quick, and painless process. We design custom molds which are similar to contacts for your eyes. The molds are worn while sleeping, similar to a retainer. After waking up and removing the molds, your corneas will retain their shape while giving you clear comfortable vision throughout the day.

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Dr. Diana Nguyen
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How fast does it work?
Almost immediately! Many achieve 20/20 vision in just one night while it can take one to two weeks for others. The speed really depends in part to your initial prescription and how much correction is needed

Am I a good candidate?
Almost all ages and prescriptions can benefit from Ortho-K. The treatment is great for younger children since it can help slow down myopia so that their eyesight won’t worsen over time.

Schedule a FREE consultation with Dr. Nguyen today

Eye D Vision – Bensonhurst
2057 86th Street
Brooklyn NY 11214
718-355-9656

Eye D Vision – Sunset Park
4913 5th Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11220
718-889-1921

www.eyedvision.com
www.orthokeratologynewyork.com

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  • BEParks

    This is an advertisement, not a news story.

    • Rachel Silberstein

      Yup! Hence the “Sponsored” tag.