Myopia Management

After years of research and clinical trials, we can now offer you a truly revolutionary non-invasive lens design which has been shown to reduce the rate of progression in myopic children and teenagers by an average of about 60%! MiYOSMART lenses incorporate unique patented technology that reduces the stimulus to excessive growth of the eye wall, which is the cause of rapidly increasing myopia.


We now offering an incredible deal on MiYOSMART lenses. Not only do these lenses revolutionise myopia management in children, but we are also including the option for photochromic lenses at no additional cost compared to clear lenses. That means your child can enjoy the benefits of light-adaptive lenses without any extra expense!

But wait, there’s more! We understand the importance of having a spare pair of lenses. That’s why we’re offering a second pair at a whopping 50% off, and to top it off, you can choose polarised lenses for enhanced glare protection!


If your child is between 6 and 18 years old and has already started to show signs of myopia (short-sightedness), wearing MiYOSMART lenses is likely to reduce the rate of progression, meaning that in adult life, they will be significantly less myopic and significantly less at risk of the more serious eye diseases associated with high myopia.

Frequently Asked Questions

It is recommended to wear MiYOSMART from when first correction of myopia is needed or if myopia ≥ -0.50 progression in a year and between the age of 5-15 years old.
Frame selection is very important with MiYOSMART to have the optimum treatment effect. Our staff will be able to provide you with recommendations and opinions on whether the frame is suitable for these lenses.
All new glasses take some time to get used to, but you should allow 1-2 weeks of adaptation time to the lenses. There could be some mild distance blur and blurriness at night time for 1-2 weeks, but usually the effect is not very significant. During the adaptation time, avoid intensive sport activities and physical activities.
High myopia can cause early onset cataracts, retinal detachment, myopia-related macular degeneration, myopia-related glaucoma, lower tolerance of spectacles (e.g. headaches, lower clarity), and higher cost for spectacle lenses.

We offer a full range of services to meet your eye care needs from a comprehensive eye health examination, contact lens consultations, as well as medical eye care.