Tages Anzeiger Article from 21.3.18
Franziska Scheerer - Gubler Contact Lenses - Specialist
For 15 years, Mrs. Scheerer has been supplying her clients with night lenses. Always interested in innovative fields, she entered the Swiss market of night lenses short after their introduction. Her personal vast experience is promising for the future. The positive effects observed, and the satisfied customers convinced her to make use of this system more frequent.
The target group for night lenses needs to be carefully introduced and instructed to night lenses. Hygiene is crucial for long term satisfaction of both, the customer and the consultant. Over the years, she has found that 90 % of her clients wearing night lenses have not experienced an increase in myopia. At professional development events in Switzerland and abroad, she was encouraged to continue her work in this field. She is convinced that wearing night lenses, also known as ortho-k lenses, is an effective method of keeping myopia under control.
For adolescents and children, Mrs. Scheerer recommends a prior visit to the ophthalmologist. An optimal start is between -2.00 and -3.50 dioptres. More severe myopia can still be treated with ortho-k, but the reasonable limit seems to be around -5.00 dioptres. In addition to the positive effect of myopia control, night lenses are ideal for those who feel restricted by their visual aid while doing sports or working. Further advantages: no dry eyes while working on a computer, no dust particles between the lens and the cornea, no issues related to hay fever. Presbyopia in cases of short-sightedness can as a well be corrected with night lenses. By means of various procedures, it is now possible to stop or slow down the progression fo myopia. If you have further question, visit the homepage and click on the tab "Contact Lenses". Category Contact Lenses Mrs. Scheerer has more than 30 years of experience with contact lenses. If you want to find the right solution for you, set a non-binding appointment with her at Scheerer Optik in Zurich. However, it is essential to make an appointment, as certain measurements need to be done in order to offer professional advice.