Findings published in the Advances in Ophthalmology And Visual Systems journal show that
the lenses can reshape the curve in the eye while the wearer sleeps, the Daily Mail reports.
Called Orthokeratology or ortho-K, the lenses work by altering the shape of the cornea to reduce or correct low to moderate levels of myopia (short-sightedness).
Similar lenses are already available for adults. Experts believe they could change the way myopia is treated.
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