This police officer underwent several Radial Keratotomy eye surgeries in 1988. As the years went by his vision began to deteriorate to the point where he could no longer do his work. He went to a number of eye clinics and eye institutions seeking help but was told that his only choice was to undergo corneal transplant surgery. Contact lenses proved painful and eyeglasses were not able to provide him with functional vision. In addition his vision was constantly changing during he day. At night he was experiencing halos, glare and multiple images with each eye. Last year we fit this office with GVR lenses. Since last year his vision has been stable. He can see clearly (20/20) during the day and at night without glare, halos or multiple images. In addition, he is able to wear his lenses all day comfortably without any eye irritation or redness.