Kids are glued to devices
& their eyesight is getting worse

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Why should I care about Myopia?
Why we must tackle it

  • Increased risk of serious vision problems

    If not treated now, it increases the risk of serious vision problems later in life such as retinal detachment, macular degeneration, and early onset of glaucoma.

  • It affects your child’s confidence

    It is not just about Myopia - it is also about your child’s confidence, ability to perform academically and grow in life.

  • Opportunity to help your child

    It is an opportunity to bring back your child from the brink of device dominance.

Why glasses are not the
Solution for Myopia

  • Why don’t glasses work?

    Traditional glasses correct the vision, but they don’t fundamentally slow down the progression of Myopia. With new glasses, the vision is clear, but the retina inside continues to stretch like a balloon filling with air making the stretched layer breakable.

  • Why have I never heard of this before?

    It’s because the medical community has just started learning of this dangerous phenomenon. The iPhone is only 16 years old. Lockdown and COVID stay at home rules have also massively worsened our children’s vision due to increased device use.

  • Why has no other doctor mentioned this before?

    Many doctors are practicing Myopia management now more than ever. Some may not be aware of the new FDA approved therapies and are simply unaware of the newest guidelines and treatment options.

What’s the solution for your child?


  • The use of specially designed & fitted contact lenses to gently reshape the cornea overnight.

  • Low dose eye drops containing atropine. Atropine drops are approved by regulatory authorities such as the FDA but not for Myopia management indication.

  • Daily disposable and specially designed soft contact lenses designed for Myopia management.

  • Special glasses designed for Myopia management.


Behavioral Change

Behavioral Coaching Recommendations

  • Closely monitor & limit screen time
  • Encourage outdoor play
  • Do not lean into screens and follow the 20/20/20 rule
  • Improve lighting in study area
  • Allow natural light into occupied rooms
  • Play catch with a ball outside
Learn more about what you can do at home