Effective treatments

to slow childhood

myopia

Childhood myopia is a common and progressive eye condition

Recent myopia research shows:

29%

of Canadian children age 11-13 are

near-sighted

34%

of these children

do not have corrective lenses 

22X

increased risk for retinal detachment over -6.00D of

near-sightedness

Minimize the negative effects of childhood myopia

Schedule a myopia control consultation today!

"Glasses correction is no longer the best treatment option for childhood

near-sightedness ."

- Dr. Graehem Sayer

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MiSight Contact Lenses

MiSight contact lenses are worn during the day and are removed at bedtime. They correct your child’s near-sighted prescription and provide clear and comfortable vision throughout the day. These lenses help to slow myopia progression by changing the focus of light onto the peripheral retina – slowing eye growth.

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Orthokeratology Contact Lenses

These contact lenses are worn during sleep and removed upon wakening. They temporarily alter the curvature of the eye (cornea) and allow your child to see clearly without glasses during the day. They help to slow myopia progression by changing the focus of light onto the peripheral retina – slowing eye growth.

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Low Dose Atropine Treatment

These prescription eye drops are used each night at bedtime. Your child will still require full-time glasses wear during the day and we may recommend transitions/tinted and bifocal lenses. This medication helps to slow myopia progression by slowing eye growth.

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MiYOSMART Spectacle Lenses

These specially designed spectacle lenses help to minimize myopia progression by changing the focus of light in the peripheral retina. These lenses may be prescribed in conjunction with other myopia control treatments.

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