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MiSight Contact Lenses

MiSight Contact Lenses

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Myopia Control Contact Lenses

There is currently no cure for short-sightedness and until now, adults and children with myopia have been dependent on spectacles or contact lenses to correct their vision. 


In recent years, exciting new developments in contact lens technology brings you the option to slow or halt the progression of myopia through contact lenses.

What are MiSight® Contact Lenses?

MiSight® soft contact lenses from CooperVision are worn daily to correct short-sightedness and slow the progression of myopia in children with healthy eyes.


As well as this, they have the advantage of comfort and most children find these easy to handle. The recommended wearing time is 12 hours a day, 6 to 7 days a week.


The earlier myopia is managed the better but it’s never too late to start – any reduction in short-sightedness is beneficial to eye health. If your child is diagnosed with short-sightedness, talk to us today about myopia control lenses.

Young Boy Wearing Contact Lenses
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