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EXCLUSIVE TREATMENT


CORRECT YOUR VISION WHILST YOU SLEEP!


LENSES IN LENSES OUT NATURAL VISION!


Easy to use (whilst you sleep!) Safe alternative to laser surgery Perfect for busy people Ideal for keen sports people Perfect for soft lenses users


Controls myopic progression in children


All for the same cost as Acuvue Daily Contact Lens





After being a contact lens and glasses wearer for over 10 years I found my soft contact lenses dried out and sometimes became


dislodged and my glasses became ever more inconvenient with my lifestyle of work, children, home, pets, gym. My optician suggested with the busy lifestyle that I have, EyeDream (Ortho K) would be the answer to my prayers. I simply wear my contact lenses when I go to bed, sleep in them all night and take them out in the morning.


I just couldn’t believe my eyes, I had perfect vision all day long.


It was bewildering that I didn’t have anything in


Mrs Williams, Maidstone 8th June 2016


my eyes and yet I could still see perfectly. This simple procedure meant that I could now, for the first time ever, see clearly whilst driving, reading, using my iPad, sports and activities with the kids. I also didn’t have to worry about my soft lenses drying up towards the end of the day or having to use eye drops to make them more comfortable and no hassle from constantly having to adjust my glasses.


I just can‘t believe that such a simple procedure that has so many benefits is not used by more people!


Kings Hill Opticians 2 Liberty Square, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent, ME19 4AU


t: 01732 875544 www.kingshillopticians.co.uk info@kingshillopticians.co.uk


Malling August 2016 13





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