Concerned About Your Child’s Vision?

Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses are used to manage myopia. Ask your eye care professional if your child is a candidate.

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Concerned About Your Child’s Vision?

Concerned About Your Vision?

Find a Certified Eye Care Professional Near You.

Do You Or Your Child Have Myopia (Nearsightedness)?

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a vision condition in which people can see close objects clearly, but objects farther away appear blurred. People with myopia can have difficulty clearly seeing a movie or TV screen or the whiteboard in school. While the exact cause of myopia is unknown, there is evidence that many people inherit myopia, or at least the tendency to develop myopia. If one or both parents are nearsighted, the chance their children will be nearsighted is increased.

An eye care practitioner can diagnose myopia through a comprehensive eye exam. Once testing is complete, the eye care practitioner can discuss the option for Paragon® CRT Contact Lenses. Watch our video to learn how this non-invasive, non-surgical procedure provides great vision during the day without wearing daytime contacts or glasses.

Find a doctor in your area and schedule an appointment to see if you are a candidate for Paragon® CRT Contact Lenses today!

How Do I Get Started?
Your first step is to contact an eye care practitioner in your area that offers Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses. Use our “Find A Doctor” tool to search in your area. You may also search for a practitioner that offers a coupon for a free Paragon CRT® Contact Lens screening. After your eye exam, the eye care practitioner will determine if you are a Paragon CRT® Contact Lens are right for you. You may then schedule an appointment for your fitting for Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses.
Why You Should be Concerned About Myopia

In the myopic eye light focuses in front of the retina, making distant objects appear blurry. High levels of myopia double the risk of serious occular health problems.

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Paragon Vision Sciences is a world leader in orthokeratology, specialty contact lenses and oxygen permeable contact lens materials.

Who Wears Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses?


You and your child no longer have to worry about torn lenses, broken frames or contact lens-induced dry eye.

• No age restriction
• No more broken glasses or scratched lenses
• No more losing or tearing a contact lens
• No more sore eyes after a day of school
• Flexible and reversible


Teens are always on the go and involved in after-school activities and sports. They     know they can always look, feel and SEE their best every day.

• No age restriction
• No more carrying your glasses or contact
  lenses everywhere you go
• Ability to play sports without glasses
  that are foggy or dirty
• Flexible and reversible


Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses are for those with who participate in sports or work in dusty environments that can make contact lens wear difficult. Also for:

• Clear, unaided vision during activities
• Those who experience dry eyes with
  soft contacts
• Worried about potential risks of
  refractive surgery
• Those needing optimal vision for
  their profession


You and Orthokeratology

Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses are a proven method to assist in myopia management. Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses were clinically developed for people who are nearsighted. Imagine jogging, swimming, skiing, gardening, golfing and not worrying about drying out your daytime contacts or fogging your glasses. 

Reversible and Nonsurgical

Free from surgical risk, the Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses are convenient, comfortable and reversible. No worrying about potential complications of refractive surgery, which could adversely affect vision performance for a lifetime. Because this treatment can be discontinued at any time without permanent change to the eye, people of any age can try the procedure, as long as their eyes are healthy.