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FAQs

Q: Can adults, as well as children, see with NightLens?
A: Yes! Dr. Holman treats both children and adults with success.

Q: How do I know if I am a candidate for NightLens?
A: Call today to schedule a FREE consultation! The best candidates are patients with Rx ranges from -0.75 to -5.00. If your Rx falls outside of these ranges feel free to give us a call for a consultation as NightLens is capable of treating a large range of vision. If you have astigmatism, hyperopia, or need bifocals a consultation is needed.

Q: What is the youngest age where a patient is eligible for NightLens?
A: Dr. Holman is comfortable treating patients as young as 7 or 8 years old… with the parents’ approval of course.

Q: What exactly is a corneal mold?
A: A corneal mold is similar to a hard contact lens. The corneal mold has different curvatures that gently reshape the cornea such that when it is removed the patient can see without anything on the eye. A standard hard contact lens only corrects your vision when you have it on the eye.

Q: How much does NightLens cost?
A: NightLens is priced very similarly to Lasik surgery.

Q: Are there any side-effects of NightLens?
A: Side-effects can occur if the corneal molds are not cared for properly. Some side-effects include but are not limited to: eye infection, corneal ulcer, halos, intermittent blurred vision.

Q: If I have already had Lasik and it failed…am I a candidate for NightLens?
A: Dr. Holman has successfully treated post-Lasik refractive changes with NightLens.