Myopia Management


Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a very common eye conditions influencing a large number of individuals. Most patients with this condition wear eyeglasses or contacts to address their vision, yet there is a generally new choice known as atropine treatment that has been displayed to assist patients with myopia.

What Is Myopia?

Myopia is a refractive error, a condition wherein the eyes can’t focus. This occurs because of a distorted cornea, which leads light to zero in on the retina inaccurately.

This results in foggy vision when looking at something far away, for example, road signs, individuals strolling down a road, or a TV or film screen. Pictures that are nearer to the individual can be seen clearly. Individuals with myopia can encounter eye strain, eye exhaustion, or cerebral pains.

Normal Treatments For Myopia

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  • FDA approved:
    MiSight® 1 day soft contact lenses are specifically designed for myopia control and are FDA approved* to slow the progression of myopia in children aged 8-12 at the initiation of treatment.
  • Clinically proven and safe:
    During clinical trails over a 3-year period, there was a 59% reduction in myopia progression on average. Over a 6-year period, children wearing MiSight® 1 day progressed less than on average.
  • Child friendly and easy to use:
    After using MiSight® 1 day contact lenses for three years, 90% of children could insert and remove the MiSight® 1 day lens on their own. Additionally, after using MiSight® 1 day contact lenses for three years, 90% of children still strongly preferred them over their glasses.

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Other common techniques for overseeing myopia are eyeglasses and contact lens. These correct refractive mistakes by guiding light to focus in on the retina, copying the normal eye functions. In specific cases, methods, for example, LASIK or PRK might be performed to address vision precisely.

Lately, atropine treatment has been displayed to fundamentally further develop vision in myopia patients by stopping its progression. Specialists like our eye specialists presently offer atropine treatment as a possibility for those with nearsightedness, including youngsters as young as age 5.

What Is Atropine Therapy?

Atropine drops are prescription eye drops containing an antimuscarinic agent, which dilates the pupil.

Myopia Diagram

How Does Atropine Therapy Work?

Atropine drops are administered in the eye in the conjunctival sac. Atropine drops enlarge the pupil, which briefly prevents the eye from focusing and permits this function to relax.

Atropine treatment might be performed day by day or along with Ortho-K or multifocal contact lens. Contactlens can’t be worn while the drops are applied. Specialists encourage to waiting 15 minutes prior to returning contacts to the eyes.

How Quickly Will I Notice Results?

Atropine treatment can require as long as a half year to show a huge effect. Specialists generally prescribe tests double a year to guarantee that the patient is encountering no side effects and that atropine treatment is successfully stopping myopia progression

Results of Atropine Therapy

Most of patients who get atropine treatment experience next to zero incidental effects. A few patients might feel a light stinging sensation, haziness, or sensitivity to light, however these indications vanish rapidly. Roughly 1% of patients have revealed feeling irritated or encountering some redness around the eye region.

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