Kids lead active, jam-packed lives. But whether they’re playing pretend, riding bikes with their friends, or learning new things at school, myopia (nearsightedness) can make it harder for them to engage in the activities they love. And as they grow, their prescription may get stronger too.
Fortunately, your child may be able to benefit from an innovative technology to help make his or her life easier and help slow down the progression of their myopia MiSight® 1 day contact lenses from CooperVision.
MiSight® 1 day with ActiveControl® Technology not only correct nearsightedness — they’re also the first soft contact lenses proven to significantly reduce the progression of myopia in children.
When wearing MiSight® 1 day contact lenses, your child can experience clear vision, freedom from glasses and continue to enjoy the activities they love!
MiSight® 1 day features that you'll love!
ActivControl® TechnologyClinical studies showed that the innovative technology design corrects and slows the progression of nearsightedness in children by 59%.
The preferred choiceOf children aged 8-15, who had never worn contact lenses before, 90% preferred MiSight 1 day contact lenses over wearing their glasses and were able to insert and remove MiSight 1 day lenses on their own.
Child friendlyChild-friendly, soft contact lenses that are easy-to-use and supported by rigorous scientific evidence from a 7 year clinical trial.
ConvenienceConvenient daily disposable contact lenses—no need to clean or store them.
MiSight® 1 day works for nearly all children with myopia
The majority of children fit with MiSight® 1 day do not need a stronger prescription by their next annual eye exam.
Even older children starting with MiSight® 1 day have their myopia progression cut by half.
MiSight® 1 day works for as long as the child wears them.
MiSight® 1 day is the only soft contact lens studied post-treatment. Other interventions, such as atropine, have been shown to produce a rebound effect.
MiSight® 1 day covers nearly 100% of spherical prescriptions for children with myopia.
- *90% of myopic eyes respond to MiSight® 1 day treatment; ages 11-15 at start of wear, n=90. †No clinically meaningful change in refractive error (<0.25D from baseline) in years 1-3 of the MiSight® 1 day clinical study. ‡ Using measured and modeled data, pooled across ages (8-17), MiSight® 1 day slowed myopia progression by an average of approximately 50% § Children ages 8 to 15 when starting MiSight 1 day treatment experienced a slowing of myopia progression. ‖ Children with myopia fit with MiSight® 1 day contact lenses ages 8-15 continued to experience slowed myopia progression as long as they remained wearing the lenses as prescribed. ¶12 months post-treatment, evidence indicates that no accumulated myopia control benefits were lost following 3 or 6-years of MiSight® 1 day wear (on average, for children aged 8-15 at start of wear). Instead, eye growth reverted to expected, age-normal rates. # Atropine and orthokeratology studies have shown post-treatment rebound effect, and there’s currently no post-treatment evidence for spectacles or other soft contact lenses. Δ Includes prescriptions up to 0.75DC.
- Chamberlain P et al. A 3-year Randomized Clinical Trial of MiSight Lenses for Myopia Control. Optom Vis Sci. 2019; 96(8): 556-567.
- Chamberlain P et al. Long-term Effect of Dual-focus Contact Lenses on Myopia Progression in Children: A 6-year Multicenter Clinical Trial. Optom Vis Sci. 2022; 99(3): 204-212.
- Chamberlain P et al. Myopia progression on cessation of Dual-Focus contact lens wear: MiSight 1 day 7-year findings. Optom Vis Sci. 2021; 98(E-abstract): 210049.
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- Arumugam B et al. Modelling Age Effects of Myopia Progression for the MiSight 1 day Clinical Trial. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2021; 62(8): 2333.
- Arumugam B et al. The Effects of Age on Myopia Progression with DualFocus and Single Vision Daily Disposable Contact Lenses. Optom Vis Sci. 2020; 97(E-abtract): 205340.
- Hammond D et al. Myopia Control Treatment Gains are Retained after Termination of Dual-focus Contact Lens Wear with no Evidence of a Rebound Effect. Optom Vis Sci. 2021; 98(E-abstract): 215130.
- Chamberlain P et al. Myopia Progression in Children wearing Dual-Focus Contact Lenses: 6-year findings. Optom Vis Sci. 2020; 97(E-abstract): 200038.
- Woods J et al. Ocular health of children wearing daily disposable contact lenses over a 6-year period. Cont Lens Anterior Eye. 2021; 44(4): 101391.
- Sulley A et al. Wearer experience and subjective responses with dual focus compared to spherical, single vision soft contact lenses in children. Optom Vis Sci. 2019; 96(E-abstract): 195252.
- CVI data on file, 2022. SERE coverage of childhood myopia prescriptions with MiSight® 1 day for 104,810 eyes in Asia (China, Korea) and 116,336 eyes in Europe and USA aged 8-18 years.