A myope or not? Pseudomyopia, antimetropia and more

Refraction can be challenging in children, and even more so in a complex presentation as for this case. Is this patient a myope or not? When dealing with a complex case of pseudomyopia, antimetropia and latent hyperopia, all in one patient – how should we manage the patient? The answer involves balancing goals to manage ametropia correction, binocular vision function and myopia control. 

Is rubbing orthokeratology lenses necessary?

When cleaning orthokeratology contact lenses, is rubbing necessary? Would rubbing the ortho k lens cause warpage or deformation over time? Read more to find out how colleagues responded and what the research tells us.

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.

Switching from atropine to MiSight – one or both treatments?

When atropine isn’t working as a monotherapy, is it valuable to combine it with a myopia controlling contact lens? Could switching from atropine to a contact lens be the better option? In this post on the Facebook discussion group, a colleague sought opinions on combining atropine and MiSight contact lenses.