The much anticipated BLINK study has just been published! Hot off the press, we examine the results comparing +1.50 and +2.50 centre distance MFCLs, explain the study and describe how these results compare to other myopia controlling contact lenses.
This research showed that centre near design multifocal CL’s do not appear to reduce visual acuity at near in young accommodating myopes, but result in a slight reduction in visual acuity at distance.
This research investigated orthokeratology lenses designed for a higher peripheral ‘add’ power, and how these influenced corneal hysteresis (rigidity) and higher order aberrations.
Understanding how orthokeratology alters ocular aberrations helps to understand research and potential mechanisms of myopia control. Here we explain more.
Understanding spherical aberration is important in view of mechanisms of myopia development, progression and control. This blog explains positive and negative spherical aberration, how they relate to contact lens corrections and more.
Understanding ocular wavefront aberrations are important in view of mechanisms of myopia development, progression and control. This blog helps clarify this concept to help you understand research.
Centre near design multifocal CL’s do not appear to reduce visual acuity at near in young accommodating myopes, however the results from this study suggest slight reduction in visual acuity at distance.
How well does prior progression predict progression for the next year? The results provide a simple clinical message while also indicating the complexity of this field.
Can centile growth charts for axial length growth be used to predict success with a myopia control intervention? The three-year MiSight data was modelled against population data as a step towards validated normative data.
Axial length and reduced macular sensitivity before changes in acuity; accommodation training in multifocal CL; predicting future myopia progression & using growth charts to track progression of myopia.