Myopia Control For Children

Why myopia matters

Myopia is nearsightedness, where things far away look blurry. Currently, more than one-third of the US population has been diagnosed with myopia, and this number continues to increase at an alarming rate. Myopia increases as a child grows, and this can lead to quality of life adjustment, risk of retinal diseases such as retinal detachment, myopic maculopathy, and glaucoma. The goal of myopia management is to keep it from getting worse, and reduce associated risks.

MiSight 1-day Contact Lenses


First and only FDA-approved product proven to slow myopia progression in children. Children can apply the soft, daily wear, single use contact lenses to their eyes in the morning. MiSight 1-day is an award-winning dual-focus soft contact lenses that is proven to slow the elongation of the eyeball from myopia.

Soft Multi-focal Contact Lenses


Monthly or daily disposable contact lenses worn daily to help patients see and potentially keep myopia from getting worse.

Low-dose Atropine eye drops therapy


A compound prescription eye drop that is used nightly in each eye to relax the focusing muscles inside the eyes.

Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) / Cornea reshaping therapy (CRT)

A specialized gas permeable rigid contact lens that is worn overnight to mold cornea. We do not fit CRT therapy at Vision Best Eyecare and will make the best referral for patients that wish to have CRT therapy done.