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Importance of Myopia Control

Myopia Control Information in Japanese and English

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The importance of “myopia control” lies in safeguarding future vision and eye health. If myopia progresses, there’s a risk of rapid vision deterioration, especially at high levels of myopia. Additionally, high myopia increases the risk of eye health issues like retinal detachment and glaucoma. Myopia control is crucial for effectively managing changes in vision in children and young individuals, preventing potential complications down the line.



There are three methods of “myopia control treatment.” First, “Orthokeratology (Ortho-K)” involves wearing special rigid contact lenses overnight to reshape the eye’s curvature, allowing for clear daytime vision without lenses. Next, “MiSight” involves wearing special contact lenses during the day to slow down the progression of myopia. Lastly, “Atropine” is administered in the form of eye drops to gently relax the pupil, aiming to slow down myopia progression. Each method requires guidance from a professional to choose the most suitable treatment for the individual.

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