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Understanding myopia

A clear look at your child’s nearsightedness.

Myopia is on the rise – in its frequency and its severity.

Girl with recorderThe reason for its escalation has been linked to two factors:

    • Genetics – Kids with one or two myopic parents are more likely to be myopic.
    • Lifestyle – Spending more time on activities like reading or using handheld devices instead of spending time outdoors increases the likelihood of becoming myopic.

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Myopia is more commonly referred to as nearsightedness, or the inability to see objects clearly at a distance. The reason objects are blurry in the distance with nearsightedness is because the eye becomes longer as the child grows.


In the early 1970s, only 25% of Americans were nearsighted.3 Today, more than 40% of Americans are nearsighted, and that number is increasing at an alarming rate, especially among school-age children.


More than just vision correction, myopia management with MiSight® 1 day contact lenses can help keep your child’s future brilliant.

MiSight® 1 day contact lenses:

  • Correct distance vision immediately
  • Can slow myopia progression during the growing years
  • Provide a comfortable experience
  • Allow you to avoid the worry of losing or breaking glasses
  • Accommodate a more active lifestyle
  • Children who wear contact lenses have significantly better quality of life than kids wearing glasses, especially regarding athletics and appearance