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... h exam of both eyes, more tests than usual. Both eyes appear to be the same, physically. The doctors' theory is that because my left cornea was more rounded, the CRT lens has more "play" in it to be pushed flat. The right cornea, being flatter, may take longer to form to the correct shape. ... (25 replies)
... Hi Trinity, My doctor charged $1200 which included the lenses and all subsequent follow-up appointments. My consultation (I had a full eye exam in addition to the CRT lens fitting) was refunded after I decided to purchase them, and there was a condition that if after a week I decided not to keep them, I would get $800 back. I don't know if this is comparable to all parts of... (25 replies)
... but never had to use them. I've been doing CRT for three years now. On my last eye visit I got a new right lens made because sometimes things just "shift" a bit and you need to tweak the mold of the lens. ... (7 replies)

... I have seen CRT mentioned on the posts but no one has written about actually using them. I have recently started, so I thought I would share my experience so far. ... (25 replies)
... CRT stands for Corneal Refractive Therapy. It's a hard contact lens that you wear at night to basically change the shape of your cornea. You can find the descriptions of how it physically works if you look it up on Yahoo. ... (7 replies)
... I was just wondering if anyone had any updates about their CRT experience. ... (25 replies)
... I am going for my one month follow up tomorrow. I've now had the new right lens for two weeks, but I am not completely happy with it. ... (25 replies)
... I just went for a fitting yesterday for CRT. My doctor needs to order a custom lens for my right eye. After having the lens in for only 10 minutes my vision was already changing. Couldn't believe it! ... (25 replies)
... better than others but my night vision was usually not good at all with ghosting and blooming from lights. My doctor wanted to have me take a break and bring the CRT rep in to help with my situation. ... (25 replies)
... i participated in a CRT study a LONG time ago, when doctors were still trying to find out if they did any good. ... (7 replies)
... tient's photos to show me what happens and how he was correcting it. The contacts come in a variety of shapes to properly flatten the cornea. He suspects that my lens shifts too close to the pupil during sleep, causing an edge to form there, which causes the double vision. This can be corrected by having a proper fitting. ... (25 replies)
... Sometimes I wear the right lens for driving, but otherwise I am not wearing them during the day. ... (25 replies)
... a bottle, but there was a coupon I printed off their website. You just put a couple of drops on the lens when you remove it, rub it with your finger in your palm, and put in in the case to soak. ... (25 replies)
... I just had my one-week follow up. My vision is now 20/20 in my left eye with lenses out. My right eye is having some problems. My biggest problem is my own fault - I mixed up my rewetting drops and my enzyme cleaning drops (yes, I do feel stupid). I got prescribed some antibiotics and anticipate seeing clearly with my right eye after the treatment. From now on the enzyme drops... (25 replies)
... oduced directly into the cornea that temporarily alters the molecular bonds between molecules in the cornea, thereby rendering it more malleable. A rigid contact lens of a shape desired for the cornea is worn for an extended period of time. The lens acts to mold the cornea to correct the refractive error. ... (16 replies)

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