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Correct your vision while you sleep!

EyeDream, a form of orthokeratology (ortho-k), corrects your vision while you sleep. Simply remove the custom contact lenses upon waking and enjoy a world of clear, natural vision throughout the day.

EyeDream is non-invasive, safe, effective and has transformed the lives of thousands of people across the world.


How does EyeDream work?

The cornea plays a key role in creating a sharp optical focus. EyeDream - advanced ortho-k lenses - gently reshape the curvature of the cornea overnight, creating a slightly flatter profile.

Upon waking, the slight change (less than half the width of a human hair) in cornea curvature is enough to create clear, sharp vision for the duration of the day. 

EyeDream uses a tried-and-tested design and is only ever prescribed by a trained optician.


Is EyeDream for me?

EyeDream is the perfect solution for people who suffer from mild to moderate myopia (short-sightedness) and...


Natural Vision

...want clear natural vision all day without the need for specs or lenses.

Considered Laser

...have considered laser surgery but are concerned with the associated risks.

Active Lifestyle

...are involved in sports but find specs and contact lenses restrictive.

Dry Eye

...are soft contact lens wearers but suffer from discomfort or dry, scratchy eyes



EyeDream for children

Numerous studies have indicated that ortho-k lenses, such as EyeDream, can dramatically slow the progression of short-sightedness (myopia) in children - subsequently reducing the risk of developing associated problems, such as glaucoma, in adulthood.

And because they are only worn at night and at home, EyeDream lenses offer children and parents many other benefits. Click below to find out more.


How much does EyeDream cost?

Price will vary from optician to optician, however the treatment is comparable in price to wearing a pair of quality, daily- disposable contact lenses every day.

We recommend replacing your EyeDream lenses every six months in order to ensure that they continue to provide optimum vision correction.