Designing and making a soft contact lens that gives clear vision and can control the rate of progression is a major scientific and technological breakthrough and, in the majority of cases, finally offers a simple, comfortable way to treat the progression of myopia.

ActivControl™ Technology results in a soft contact lens that gives clear vision and can control the rate of progression, in the majority of cases⁵.

MiSight™ is a soft, daily disposable contact lens in the proven Proclear® material. The benefits of using soft daily disposable lens include comfort with no need for cleaning or disinfecting the lenses. The Proclear® material has been shown to have low dehydration rates, good all day comfort and it has a Dk/t (36.6) greater than the Holden Mertz criteria for daily wear (24).

A daily disposable lens, such as MiSight™, is ideal for even young children. Not having to clean the lenses and with lost or damaged lenses easily replaced daily disposable lenses are the ideal option for even young children. A daily disposable lens, rather than a lens replaced every two or 4 weeks, can also reduce the occurrence of eye infections and symptoms related to ocular allergies⁷.

MiSight™ uses ActivControl™ Technology which results in clear distance, intermediate and near vision while the peripheral treatment zones of the lens creates myopic retinal defocus that has been shown to control the rate of progression of myopia⁵.

Children may be aware of a slight shadowing of images when first introduced to ActivControl™ Technology, most of those fitted report the shadowing decreases over the first week of wear⁸.

  1. Data on file, CooperVision 2009 (DIMENZ study report)

  2. Rose KA, Morgan IG, Smith W, Burlutsky G, Mitchell P, Saw SM. (2008) Myopia, lifestyle, and schooling in students of Chinese ethnicity in Singapore and Sydney. Arch Ophthalmol. 2008 Apr;126(4):527-30

  3. Walline JJ, Long S, Zadnik K. (2004) Daily Disposable Contact Lens Wear in Myopic Children. Optom Vis Sci. 2004 Apr;81(4):255-9.

  4. Data on file, CooperVision 2009

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