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Are Contact Lenses Safe For Children?



There are three things we like to gauge this on as eye care professionals.

  • Children have to want to wear contact lenses and have good hand hygiene.

  • Parents need to be supportive of their child wearing lenses.

  • And your optometrist needs to be happy that the child is suitable for lenses. 

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Benefits of Contact Lenses


Being able to see well whilst having freedom from glasses.

Great for sport and other activities where glasses are either at risk of damage/breakage or are just in the way.

Better field of vision.

No steaming up.  

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Features of MiSight Lenses


Designed for children who have a myopic prescription.

Disposable 1 day wear. 

Proven to reduce myopia by up to 59% after three years' wear in children1


Provides correction and myopia management.


Preferred by 90% children over spectacles.1


What Happens Next?

If your child would like to try contact lenses as an alternative to spectacles, you can rest assured they are in safe hands.

Our experienced and accredited optometrists will ensure your child and their eyes are compatible for contact lens wear. We will teach them how to look after lenses and how to put them in and take them out. We expect your child to attend regular check ups too, this helps you to be sure their eyes remain healthy and gives our optometrist an opportunity to keep a watchful eye on their myopia progression. 

To find out if your child is suitable for MiSight contact lenses call our team today

  1. Paul Chamberlain et al. A 3-year Randomized Clinical Trial of MiSight Lenses for Myopia Control. Optom Vis Sci 2019;96:556–567