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Paragon CRT® Contact Lens Free Screening Certificate

You may be wondering: “Am I a candidate for orthokeratology with Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses?”  This website was designed to inform patients about what nearsightedness (myopia) is, and the benefits of wearing Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses at night while sleeping and then enjoying device-free vision during the day.

Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses were clinically developed for people who are nearsighted.  Being nearsighted (myopia) is a common vision condition and a basic eye exam can confirm if you are nearsighted.  If you are nearsighted, you will be able to clearly see objects that are near to you, however objects that are farther away will appear blurry.

To receive your Paragon CRT® Contact Lens Free Screening Certificate, locate a Certified Eye Care Practitioner near you.


Today, Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses provide a new option for patients with nearsightedness. Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses correct nearsightedness (myopia), with or without low to moderate astigmatism, by gently and safely reshaping the cornea while you sleep. When Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses are removed in the morning, the treated cornea allows light to focus on the retina. The result is clear, natural vision for  your waking hours. And, yes, if you get up during the night, Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses will enable you to see clearly with the lenses on!

This Paragon CRT® Contact Lens Free Screening Certificate should be presented to a Certified Paragon CRT® Contact Lens Eye Care Practitioner to determine if you are a candidate for orthokeratology with Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses during a routine eye exam.  The Free Screening Certificate does not cover the cost of a routine eye exam or other costs, products and/or services associated with a routine eye exam.  Many factors influence your candidacy for Paragon CRT® Contact Lenses and all factors cannot be covered online. You should consult a Certified Paragon CRT® Contact Lens Eye Care Professional for advice related to your specific condition and particular needs.