Children Myopia Control Centres provide a better solution of myopia control for your kids.
Myopia rate of children in Hong Kong is one of the highest in the world. Clinical study found that the peak period of myopia progression of Chinese children is between the ages of 6-101. Children whose parents both have myopia are more likely to develop myopia2. Changes in lifestyle such as more frequent use of digital devices has increased their time spent on reading at close distances and reduced outdoor activities. This is likely to give rise to rapid myopia progression and result in high myopia.
People with high myopia have to rely on their glasses heavily, which brings about inconvenience in daily life. The higher the myopia, the more fragile the retina is. It also increases the risk of suffering from eye diseases such as cataract, glaucoma3, 4 and retinal detachment. Therefore, we should be cautious to the myopia development in our children. Appropriate treatments should be taken to control myopia progression so that children can maintain clear vision during their precious period of school life.
Myopia Control Service
Optical 88 provides a full arrange of myopia control solutions for children to meet their visual needs. The most widely used and easy way is myopia control lenses, just like wearing normal glasses. Myopia control lenses slow down myopia progression and provide clear vision. Different lens designs require corresponding methods of usage and adaption. Therefore, it is crucial to choose the most suitable solution for your children to fit their living and visual habits.
Eye Examination for children:
1. Myopia Control Consultation* - for children aged 4 or above, the 75 minutes (approximately) consultation includes the following professional assessments: see more details:
- Comprehensive eye examination see more details
- Cyclopedic refraction
- Corneal topography
- Analysis of children’s visual habits and environment to help prevent myopia from further progressing
2. Children Vision Examination - for children aged 6 or above, the 30 minutes (approximately) consultation includes the following professional assessments:
- Colour vision
- Binocular vision function
- Accommodative function
- Eye muscle motility
- Consultation and recommendation
3. Myopia control solutions we offer:
- Myopia control lenses - See more details
- Myopia Control soft contact lenses*
- Eyedrops (Atropine)*
*Service provided in Professional Eyecare Centres See more details
Myopia Control Consultants
To maximize the effectiveness of myopia control lenses, proper usage and good visual habits are essential. Myopia control consultants in Optical 88 will illustrate the lens design and myopia control mechanism to customers, together with advices on frame selection and fitting. Consultants will also teach children about correct eye health knowledge and follow up regularly to monitor proper lens usage and effectiveness on myopia control.
Get a better solution of myopia control for your children! Please visit our Children Myopia Control Centres and meet our optometrists and myopia control consultants!
Children Myopia Control Centre:
Shop 124A & 126, 1/F., Cityplaza, Tai Koo
B228B, Level B2, PAM of K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside
Shop No.291, Level 2, Plaza Hollywood, Diamond Hill
Shop No.B9, B1/F., Site 11, Treasure World, Whampoa
5. Shop No. UG19-20, Upper Ground
Floor, Olympian City 3, 1 Hoi Wang Road, Kowloon
2. Shop No.605, Level 6, Phase I, New Town Plaza, Shatin
Shop 142, Level 1, Park Central
Shop No.2072-73 & 2075-76, 2/F.,Tuen Mun Town Plaza,
1. Shop 124A & 126, 1/F., Cityplaza, Tai Koo
2. B228B, Level B2, PAM of K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside
3. Shop No.291, Level 2, Plaza Hollywood, Diamond Hill
4. Shop No.B9, B1/F., Site 11, Treasure World, Whampoa Garden
5. Shop No. UG19-20, Upper Ground Floor, Olympian City 3, 1 Hoi Wang Road, Kowloon
6. 2. Shop No.605, Level 6, Phase I, New Town Plaza, Shatin
7. Shop 142, Level 1, Park Central
8. Shop No.2072-73 & 2075-76, 2/F.,Tuen Mun Town Plaza, Phase I
1. Lam CS, Edwards M et al. A 2-year longitudinal study of myopia progression and optical component changes among Hong Kong schoolchildren. Optom Vis Sci 1999 Jun; 76(6):370-80.
2. Mutti DO, Mitchell GL et al. Parental myopia, near work, school achievement, and children’s refractive error. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2002 Dec; 43(12):3633-40.
3. Kubo E, Kumamoto Y et al. Axial length, myopia and the severity of lens opacity at the time of cataract surgery. Arch Ophthalmol 2006 Nov; 124(11):1586-90.
4. Perera SA, Wong TY et al. Refractive error, axial dimensions, and primary open-angle glaucoma: the Singapore Malay eye study. Arch Ophthalmol 2010 Jul; 128(7):900-5.