Wake up with clear vision
Dream Lenses are an easy and comfortable to change your lifestyle – they give you sharper vision during the waking hours. This revolutionary procedure can prevent and control short-sightedness (myopia), and correct astigmatism, long-sightedness and reading difficulties. Dream Lenses may be used for children aged from seven years and upwards and for adults of all ages. No surgery, minimal fuss – contact us today.
How it works
Assess your eligibility
We assess your eligibility during a routine eye exam – this is covered by Medicare.
Map and Design
We measure and map the eye surface using the latest technology and then design the appropriate lenses to give you clear vision. Theses lenses are made from the latest super oxygen permeable materials and are custom made to your requirements in the United States.
Works while you sleep
Simply pop in the contact lenses at bedtime and the surface of your cornea is progressively changed while you sleep.
Remove and clean your lenses
Store them in the prescribed disinfectant until the next wearing night. Enjoy your day.
Dream Lenses require no surgery and therefore leave no scarring. Unlike surgery, the treatment is easily reversible. If you stop wearing Dream Lenses your cornea will return to its pre-treatment condition.
The concept was invented more than 40 years ago to correct moderate short-sightedness. Ongoing research and development has led to improved vision correction. Rapid advances in corneal topographic technology and oxygen permeable lenses mean we can now also correct astigmatism and long-sightedness while you sleep. The treatment is approved by the United States Food and drug Administration and has been successfully used in Australia for many years.
The process can correct short-sightedness, astigmatism, long-sightedness and reading difficulties. A professional assessment, including computerised topographic analysis of your eyes, is essential.
The Dream Lenses effect can last for several years as it allows for natural changes and the ageing process. Adjustments are possible if required.
While Dream Lenses can correct vision problems, such as: short-sightedness, astigmatism, long-sightedness and reading difficulties, it cannot cure medical eye problems, such as; cataracts, macular degeneration or corneal diseases.
The cost of Dream Lenses may be partly covered by your private health insurance. They are approximately one-third the cost of laser surgery and comparable to the cost of having standard contact lenses over two years.