CK is the first non-laser procedure for farsightedness. It uses the controlled release of (radiowaves) radiofrequency (RF) energy, instead of a laser or scalpel, to reshape the cornea. CK is a safe, minimally invasive alternative procedure to laser for farsighted patients. CK is fast. The procedure is performed in just under 3 minutes, in-office with only topical (eye drop) anesthesia for the convenience and comfort of the patient. Because there is no cutting or removal of tissue involved in the CK procedure, it meets the needs of the risk-adverse farsighted patient who’s been waiting for a safe, less invasive procedure.