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Myopia Management

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Why should you choose Essilor Stellest Lenses when correcting Myopia?

When it comes to Myopia wearing standard corrective lenses won’t halt any deterioration. Essilor Stellest lenses are the best solution to reduce the progression of your child’s myopia. Clinically proven.

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There are three main benefits to Essilor Stellest lenses:

Giving your child sharp precision vision.

Slow down myopia progression by approximately 67%.

Aesthetically pleasing.

What makes Essilor Stellest
lenses different?

Essilor Stellest lenses have a large single vision zone to ensure sharp vision twinned with HALT technology which is a constellation of 1021 invisible lenslets reducing myopia progression.

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Are Essilor Stellest Lenses right for my child?

Starting to develop myopia?

When myopia starts out, the younger a person develops short sightedness, the further it can evolve and the stronger it will eventually become. However you can correct and control myopia progression with Essilor Stellest lenses which will not only help now, but in the future as well.

Already Have myopia?

Presently, most myopic patients wear standard ophthalmic lenses. This, unfortunately, only corrects the problem of short sightedness. Whereas Essilor Stellest lenses will not only correct the problems myopia causes, but also control its overall progression.

What is Myopia?

Myopia is a disorder that affects the eye. It can also be known as being short-sighted. It commonly results in blurred vision when looking at a distance and sharp vision at shorter range. In cases of ‘high myopia’, the sharper vision comes at a very close range. The development of myopia also depends on the age it started at. The earlier it occurs, in some cases, the faster it progresses and reaches high levels.

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What are the signs of Myopia?

There are several common signs of myopia. These are difficulty seeing into the distance, headaches, eye strain and in some cases, fatigue. In child cases, signs may also include increased clumsiness, struggling to concentrate, squinting or rubbing of the eyes, difficulty reading the board in class, and excessive closeness when drawing or writing.

What are the causes of Myopia?

Myopia is typically caused by an eye that is too long. This means that the distance between the cornea and the retina are too far apart. As a result, the image that enters the eye is formed too soon, causing blurred vision. In rare cases, a deformation of the cornea, due to being overly curved, can be the cause of myopia.

Concerned You May Have Myopia?