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Paragon Quadra RG 100 (paflufocon D)

ProductsParagon Quadra RG 100 (paflufocon D)
Company Paragon Vision Sciences
Item Paragon Quadra RG 100 (paflufocon D)
Features CRT has been made possible by five new technologies:
  • Advances in multicurve GP lenses specifically designed to facilitate the safe redistribution of corneal tissue while sleeping.
  • Advances in computer controlled lathing technology, allowing complex lens designs to be consistently fabricated and, in the case of Paragon CRT, with seamless, polishless surfaces and on a tolerance level measured in microns.
  • The development of stable, wettable, high Dk materials that can be safely worn overnight.
  • Advances in computerized corneal mapping techniques providing more precise fitting and follow-up patients.
  • A greater understanding of how corneal reshaping works and the tissues involved in the process.
Description These are rigid gas permeable contact lenses used for corneal refractive therapy, a process that temporarily corrects nearsightedness (myopia). The patient wears the lenses overnight while sleeping and removes them upon wakening. During the day, nearsightedness is corrected or greatly reduced

The Paragon CRT and Quadra RG contact lenses apply slight pressure to the center of the cornea, causing it to temporarily flatten. The flattened cornea redirects light onto the back surface of the eye (the retina) at an angle that can compensate for nearsightedness. Since the cornea is elastic, it gradually regains its shape throughout the day (causing nearsightedness to return). Usually, patients must wear the lenses every night to maintain corrected vision.

The lenses are used for the temporary correction of nearsightedness. They can be used by patients with or without vision distortion (astigmatism). They are usually worn overnight as part of a corneal refractive therapy program. When the lenses are removed each morning, they must be cleaned using a chemical disinfection system.

Why Paragon CRT is the right choice for your practice:

  • Paragon CRT brings opportunity for your practice growth and patient retention.
  • Take advantage! Refractive surgery has created a market of patients wanting freedom from glasses and daytime contacts without surgery.
  • Paragon CRT sets the standard for Corneal Refractive Therapy not only with the first FDA approval for overnight CRT but also by offering a Total System which includes a Diagnostic Dispensing System and a Complete Practice Management Program.
  • With no age restrictions, Paragon CRT is the perfect option for active kids and teens who arent eligible for refractive surgery.
  • Paragon CRT rounds out your practice and is the perfect complement for refractive surgery and 30-day continuous wear lenses.
Info Paragon Vision Sciences
Customer Service: (800) 528-8279
Web site: http://www.paragonvision.com

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