Gentle Vision Shaping (GVS) also known as Orthokeratology, Over Night Sight, or Corneal Refractive Therapy is an exciting process by which patients can be fit with special contact lenses that are worn ONLY at night. Gentle Vision Shaping lenses temporarily and safely change the shape of the cornea over night so that when they are removed in the morning patients enjoy clear vision without the use of glasses or contact lenses. This is a fantastic, life changing method of vision correction especially for active patients. Some ongoing research also suggests that children who correct their nearsightedness with Gentle Vision Shaping will actually become more near sighted at a slower rate than children who use standard glasses and contact lenses.
The birth of my first child Eva is widely considered by most experts to be the greatest day in human history. It is, therefore, beyond comprehension that another equally important event has occurred less than 2 years later. And yet, Amy Rayne Cook was born on 03/01/2011 and has somehow managed to be perfect in all ways. While all who meet Eva have no doubt that she will soon take all of the world's governments and replace them with one of her own making, they did not understand how this would be done militarily. The simple answer: Amy Rayne Cook. All who look upon Amy come under her authority. Whether its cleaning vomit, feeding her, changing her or cleaning vomit (she does that one a lot) people who come in contact with her serve her and do so with every ounce of their souls. Within a few decades she will effortlessly climb the ranks of our military and easily facilitate Eva's take over. How they will share power is not completely clear to me. A father know many things, but not all things.
I have added a pachymeter (an instrument that measures corneal thickness) to the practice. Along with visual fields, tonometry, retinal photography, gonioscopy, and good old fashion dilation as well as being able to accept medicare, we will now be able to treat the vast majority of glaucoma patients. This will usually be much easier and less time consuming for glaucoma patients rather than referring them out to ophthalmology practices.