MiSight Contact Lenses by CooperVision for Myopia Management
Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a common vision problem that often begins between the ages of 6 and 14. It affects an estimated 5% of preschoolers, about 9% of school aged children and 30% of adolescents. Myopia generally gets worse through adolescence, then starts to stabilize in the early twenties.
Myopia symptoms in children
Symptoms of myopia include:
- Complaints of blurry vision (like not being able to see the board in school)
- Squinting to try to see better
- Frequent eye rubbing
- Frequent headaches
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