MiSight® 1 day

MiSight® 1 day

The first daily contact lens proven to slow the progression of myopia in children

Reduces the chance of developing high levels of myopia (-6.00D or more) which may lower the incidence of eye diseases associated with short-sightedness such as retinal detachment and glaucoma.

MiSight® 1 day daily disposable contact lens with

ActivControl® myopia management technology is easy to

wear and offers a simple convenient myopia management


Three-year clinical study findings indicated that the use of MiSight® 1 day was effective in slowing myopia progression by:

59% as measured by mean cycloplegic spherical equivalent.

52% as measured by mean axial elongation of the eye when compared to the children in the control group wearing a standard single-vision, one-day lens contact lens.

The lens is suitable for children aged 8 and above, we charge £45 for the initial contact lens fitting and £44 per month for the lenses (This includes all aftercare appointments).

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For further information visit: www.coopervision.com.my/contact-lenses/misight


Our Myopia Management Plan – what’s involved?
If your child is showing signs of myopic progression, the sooner they can begin wearing MiYOSMART lenses the better. The starting point is a full eye examination which will establish suitability for our Myopia Management Plan and the starting prescription. Regular full eye examinations are crucial to the success of the process.
Spectacle frame choice is also important – the frame needs to fit well to keep the optical zones of the lenses in exactly the right position. For this reason, extra lens centration measurements will be taken when the glasses are first dispensed, and spectacle fitting checks between eye examination appointments are also advised (provided at no extra charge).
It may take the wearer a week or two to adapt to MiYOSMART lenses. For this reason it is suggested that in that time they refrain from too much physical activity. Thereafter, outdoor activities (and therefore focusing at distance) are positively encouraged, as this also has known beneficial effects on retarding the progression of myopia.
Miyosmart lenses cost £320 per pair. The frames are covered by the NHS when a new pair is due. A new set of lenses is free of charge should the prescription change by more than two steps (0.50D) within a year.