Children are growing up, and if the true myopia is caused by unhealthy eye habits at this time, it is possible to control and reduce the increase in myopia and basically maintain a stable myopia level. There are three ways to control the progression of myopia in children, and parents can choose the most effective one.
OK lenses are effective in controlling the progression of myopia in children.
The OK lens is also a popular lens for early childhood myopia control, but due to the young age of the child, it may be damaged due to sleeping habits or eye habits. However, due to the young age of the child, accidental damage to the lens during the night can cause corneal damage. Children wear them with less safety than adults.
Atropine drops are effective in controlling the deepening of myopia in children
Low-concentration atropine drops were once very popular because they were effective in controlling the progression of myopia in children, and children tested with different concentrations of atropine drops proved to be effective in slowing the growth of myopia. It is easy to use because you only need to take one drop in the eye like an eye drop every day. However, one thing that may not be so good is that although its concentration has been diluted, it may still cause pupil dilation and photophobia.
MiYOSMART lenses are non-invasive for myopia control in children.
MiYOSMART lenses have patented DIMS technology, which enables children to wear them to maintain clear and stable vision and control the deepening of myopia. The use of high safety grade polycarbonate material reduces the degree of damage to the lenses and eliminates the need for frequent replacement, making them safe, durable and cost effective.
From the perspective of the three methods of controlling myopia in children, OK lenses and atropine eye drops are more suitable for adults, whose eyes are already mature.