Zeiss MyoCare lenses are designed to address the issue of myopia in children and young adults. They are made with a unique optical design that reduces the amount of stress and strain on the eyes during near work, such as reading, writing, and using digital devices. This can help slow down the progression of myopia and improve overall visual comfort.
Myopia is a common eye condition that affects millions of people around the world. It typically develops during childhood or adolescence and can progress throughout adulthood if left untreated. The condition is caused by the elongation of the eyeball, which results in light being focused in front of the retina instead of directly on it. This causes distant objects to appear blurry while nearby objects remain clear.
The key to controlling myopia progression is to reduce the amount of time that the eyes spend focusing on near objects, such as books, screens, and other close-up activities. This is because prolonged near work can cause the eyes to elongate, which can result in the development and progression of myopia.
The lens design of Zeiss MyoCare lenses provides a clear and comfortable vision for both near and far distances. This reduces the need for the eyes to constantly adjust and accommodate, which can be a significant source of stress and strain on the eyes.
The characteristics of Zeiss Myocare lenses are based on the research and development of domestic myopic children’s eye conditions, the design idea of orthokeratology lenses is used for reference. Orthokeratology lenses bring dispersion by making the irregular ring-shaped dense distribution on the surface of the cornea, which is helpful for young people with myopia management.
The Zeiss Myocare lens uses the C.A.R.E technology with concentric rings and micro-cylindrical lens structure. By wearing the lens, the optical structure is similar to that of the cornea wearing orthokeratology lenses. In order to reduce the progression of myopia, Zeiss MyoCare lenses feature peripheral vision correction. This means that the lens provides clear vision not just in the center of the lens but also in the periphery. This can reduce the risk of developing myopia-related complications such as retinal detachment and myopic maculopathy. The lens can effectively help children prevent the further deepening of myopia and help children develop good eye habits.
Zeiss MyoCare lenses can be customized to meet the specific needs of individual wearers and can be combined with other specialized coatings such as anti-reflective coatings, scratch-resistant coatings, and UV protection coatings.
Overall, Zeiss MyoCare lenses are a great option for children and young adults who are at risk of developing myopia or who already have mild to moderate myopia. They can help slow down the progression of the condition and improve overall visual comfort and quality of life. It’s important to note that while Zeiss MyoCare lenses can slow down the progression of myopia, they do not cure the condition. Regular eye exams and proper eye care are still important for maintaining good eye health.