Myopia treatment in children

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Hello parents! If you’re looking for more answers about Myopia, you’ve come to the right place. Team Essilor is here to help you learn about Myopia in children and give you a solution to slow down its progression. The first myth to be aware of is... ‘Are genetics the cause of Myopia in children?👀

We often hear about the debate between genetics versus environmental factors as the cause of Myopia development. The genetic predisposition of myopic parents increases the risk of developing Myopia, but this is not the only cause of a child becoming Myopic. Global researchers strongly argue that environmental risk factors cause the rapid increase in Myopia progression and a direct cause of Myopia in kids.

Myopia is not all about genetics, there are some things we can consider at early stage, including novel spectacle lenses that can slow down the progression of myopia very effectively.

To summarize our topic for today, here are 3 takeaways we can keep in mind:
  1. There are no systematic genetic transmission of Myopia in children.
  2. There’s an increased risk if parents of the child are Myopic.
  3. It is clinically proven that wearing the novel easy-to-wear spectacle lenses are effective for children with Myopia.

Learn more about novel spectacle lenses that can slow down myopia https://bit.ly/EssilorStellest-HWZ

Do you struggle with Myopia? Share about it with us, or ask us anything you’d like to know!




All parents should proactively bring their children for regular eye checks every 6months. Get an in-depth consultation with your nearest Eye Care Professional:

- Team Essilor SG
 
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Hello Parents, Did you know that spending long hours reading or using computer, tablets and mobile screens could put children at risk of developing high myopia? This may lead to severe complications as they age.


Assess your child’s risk of developing high myopia. Take myopia risk assessment today. Start assessment here.


Myopia in our children can be corrected, and even controlled by Stellest™ lenses with its breakthrough H.A.L.T. technology Essilor® Stellest™ lenses Slow down myopia progression by 67% on average*, compared to single vision lenses, when worn 12 hours a day.

For more information on Essilor® Stellest™ lenses, visit us: here
Get an in-depth consultation with your nearest Eye Care Professional: here



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Hello parents! It’s not a secret that children grow up so fast. What most do not know is that with standard lenses, Myopia can progress fast too. That’s why we have Essilor® Stellest™ lenses.

Today we’ll get a better understanding on Essilor® Stellest™ lenses and how it can help those living with Myopia.

The younger a child develops myopia, the faster it progresses(1) and they are at a greater risk of developing high myopia ? This can further affect their learning experiences and overall eye health as they age.

So how can we manage the progression of Myopia?
Essilor® Stellest™ lenses with H.A.L.T innovative technology, are designed to correct and control myopia. It also provides sharp vision.



Myopia control with a volume of signal….. 12 hours a day.

We’re opening the floor to fellow forum goers who want to learn more about our lenses or share their experiences on managing Myopia! 🙌


Find out everything you need to know about Essilor® Stellest™ lenses: here.

Now you can assess your child’s risk for developing high myopia by taking this 2-step assessment.

Locate your nearest Eye Care Professional for an eye consultation today.

We're committed to helping you See Sharper, Go Further’,

- Team Essilor SG
 
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