Refraction challenges in children – what to prescribe?

Children can be tricky to refract. Here is a challenging refraction case discussed by colleagues – while not a case of a myope, it describes useful clinical principles for prescribing for children, especially children under 6 who require particular consideration to ensure normal visual development.

Which soft multifocal contact lens to choose?

Soft multifocal contact lenses for myopia control can provide a great option for children with high myopia and astigmatism. In this case study we review what options are available, including toric and sphere-plus-other options, materials and replacement schedules.

MFCL evidence update

The latest and greatest research on dual-focus, depth of focus and multifocal contact lenses for myopia control

This research summary describes the major multifocal contact lens (MFCL) research studies for myopia control, and what we still need to learn. From the first studies only a decade ago, to wearing time, commercially available lenses, the influence of BV, novel designs and more, this comprehensive review will get you all the way up to date on MFCLs.