RGP Recommended Solution, Unique PH, Progent, Lacripure, Web Store Link

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Menicon America Web Store Link for Recommended RGP, CRT Lenses, Scleral Lenses, Rose K lenses

We recommend all of our patients to use Unique PH because of ease of rubbing and rinsing. Unique PH is much less viscus before it goes into eyes. Reduced viscosity helps to clean lenses and rinse with ease. We also recommend most of our patient to use Progent RGP cleaners to give a lenses turbo clean to dissolve all nonsenses on them. Lacripure is recommend to rinse and fill up the large diameter lenses ( Scleral lenses) be fore insertion to reduce chemically induced lens intolerance.

Here is MeniconAmerica.com web site. Starter code  for the web site is  [  004 682 C  ].

Dr. Youn Certified for New GOV Ortho-K Lenses

govDr. Youn added new GOV lens design to his battery of over night ortho-k lenses. GOV lenses are designed for patients with higher prescriptions and people with large or flat eyes. GOV lenses can be used for prescriptions up to -8 diopters with moderate astigmatisms. If you have been discouraged from CRT or ortho keratology procedures, consult Dr. Youn for new options.

How CRT-Night Contact Lenses Work

crtlogoCRT lenses are worn at night while sleeping and are removed first thing in the morning. The molding effect of the cornea takes place rapidly while you sleep.  The patient is then closely monitored by Dr. Youn as he uses special non-invasive corneal mapping techniques during the first few days, at which the majority of the eye correction will take place.  Typically, it takes about 3 to 7 days for a CRT patient to achieve a stable daytime correction, however it may take longer for higher prescription corrections.

Because of its non-invasive nature and reversibility, this treatment is suitable for young and school age children.  People older than 40 years of age are also very good candidates because their correction can be adjusted as often as necessary to reduce the use of reading glasses. Also patients who normally undergo frequent prescription changes are excellent candidates for CRT because of its flexibility. Additionally, due to the fact that CRT lenses are worn only at night, patients with sensitive eyes, mild dryness or contact lens sensitivity also make great candidates.