Miyosmart Lenses - Glasses to help slow down short sight in your children


MIYOSMART is a new non-invasive myopia management solution. It is safe and convenient as they are just like wearing ordinary  spectacles. The lenses provide the vision correction so that your child will experience comfortable vision for both distance and near vision. All this whilst also working to reduce the progression of their short-sightedness (myopia). They are easy to adapt to and are suitable for full time daily wear for a wide range of activities.

MIYOSMART are clinically proven to be an effective solution to slow down myopia progression. Based on a two year clinical trial results, MIYOSMART is proven to curb myopia progression in children on average by 60%*.

As children are active, MIYOSMART are offered in an impact resistant material to offer eyes the protection that they need. They also come with an anti-reflection coating as standard, which protects the lens surface with a high level of scratch resistance and enhancing vision by reducing glare effects compared to uncoated lenses.  MIYOSMART lenses provide comprehensive UV protection for the eyes.

How can I get MIYOSMART Lenses for my child?

If your child has not had a recent eye examination, you can call us on 020 8550 9288 or book an appointment by CLICKING HERE . Our optometrist will carry out a full detailed eye examination and discuss our myopia management options with you and your child can then me measured up with all the necessary measurements to have MIYOSMART dispensed.

* Myopia progression (SER) by 59% and axial elongation (AL) decreased by 60% compared with those wearing SV lenses 
References: 1. Dolgin E. The myopia boom. Nature. 03/2015, vol 519, no 7543, p.276-278 2. Huang H-M, Chang DS-T, Wu P-C. The association between outreach activities and myopia in children - a systematic review and meta-analysis. 2015. PLoS ONE 10 (10): e0140419. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0140419 3. CH. Defocus Incorporated Multiple Segments (DIMS) Eyeglass Lenses Slow the Progression of Myopia: A 2-Year Randomised Clinical Trial. British Journal of Ophthalmology. First published online: May 29, 2019. doi: 10.1136 / bjophthalmol-2018-313739 https://bjo.bmj.com/content/104/3/363 * Myopia progression (SER) by 59% and axial elongation (AL) decreased by 60% compared with those wearing SV lenses.