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Actually this is done, despite a little bit different: So called orthokeratologic (ortho-K, OK) contact lenses are worn over night and during this time reshape the cornea. Its main focus however is slowing myopia progression in children. It does not help reverse myopia, once aquired. And one has to wear them every night. See e.g. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih....


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