VIDEO: Myopia control effects retained after ceasing MiSight contact lens wear

DENVER – Treatment gains resulting from CooperVision’s MiSight myopia control contact lenses were found to remain in children of all ages after they switched to single vision contact lenses, according to a study presented here at ARVO.
Paul Chamberlain, BSc, director of myopia research programs for CooperVision, said the myopia progression returned to what would be expected in a child of that age, which is “good news to practitioners.”

DENVER – Treatment gains resulting from CooperVision’s MiSight myopia control contact lenses were found to remain in children of all ages after they switched to single vision contact lenses, according to a study presented here at ARVO.
Paul Chamberlain, BSc, director of myopia research programs for CooperVision, said the myopia progression returned to what would be expected in a child of that age, which is “good news to practitioners.”