Atropine therapy slows the progression of myopia via medicative means.* It’s an ideal treatment for younger patients who are not yet candidates for our other treatments. Atropine is dosed once daily, but the strength of the eye drop is chosen depending on the severity of your child’s myopic progression.
Multifocal contact lenses are a very specific type of soft contact lens that has been demonstrated to reduce myopic progression. For myopic children or teens whose eyes are still worsening with traditional soft contacts, multifocal contact lenses represent a logical transition.
Ortho-k is the treatment that provides the maximal amount of myopia control.* Our custom ortho-k lenses allow your child to see 20/20 after sleeping in the lens retainers. Our specialized WAVE design software allows us to design a lens from a 3D scan of your child’s eyes, thereby creating the most accurate lens for your child.
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*Note, the reduction of myopic progression has been demonstrated in numerous studies over the years for the treatments above, but the FDA has yet to make an official statement for atropine and orthokeratology.