Myopia Management

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Myopia Management


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The prevalence of Myopia in Singapore is one of the highest in the world, with 65% of the children being myopic by the age of 12 and 83% of young adults being myopic.

Myopia (Negative-powered refractive error) is a chronic, progressive disease characterized by excessive eye elongation, risk of associated sight-threatening complications such as early cataract, glaucoma, retinal detachments and macular degeneration.

There are no safe level for myopia. Any Degree Of Myopia Increases The Risk Of Sight-Threatening Complications.

Myopia management methods include:



Myopia Control Ophthalmic Lensesmyopia pic 1

Unlike your regular ophthalmic lenses, these lenses are specially

designed for children to slow down the growth of eyeball and

myopia progression.










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Soft Contact Lenses

   MiSight® is a Children-friendly daily disposable contact lens that

enables your child to see clearly and at the same time control the

myopia progression.










Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) Lensesmyopia pic 3

Ortho-K Lenses is a gas-permeable contact lens that is designed

to be worn overnight during sleep. It reshapes the cornea during

your sleep and upon removal of lens; you should be able to see

clearly without spectacles or other contact lenses.

It is suitable for both adult and children.

Johnson&Johnson has introduced Abiliti Overnight lenses which is a collaboration with Menicon to bring forward therapeutic contact lenses for myopia management under the Abiliti brand.

  • Reports of increased myopia prevalence in children first emerged in Asia in the 1980s.
  • The number of people with myopia has nearly doubled within the past 20 years in both Eastern and Western Societies
  • Prevalence among young adults is reported to be above 80% in many Asian regions, and 50% in the U.S. and parts of Europe
  • Children in the first wave of high myopia prevalence (those born after 1970) are now on the cusp of experiencing sight-threatening complications as adults
  • Half of the world’s population is projected to be myopic by 2050 with nearly one billion people expected to have high myopia.







Fix an appointment with us to find out more.