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MiSight® 1 Day Contact Lenses

MiSight® 1 day soft contact lenses are specifically designed for myopia control and are FDA approved* to slow the progression of myopia in children aged 8-12 at the initiation of treatment.1,

Young girl putting a contact lens in her eye

Does your child have trouble seeing objects clearly at a distance?

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a very common vision problem for kids. If not addressed, it often worsens as your child gets older. (1)

96% of childhood-onset myopia worsens as the child grows. (2)

The good news is there are solutions to slow the progression of myopia in age-appropriate children.

Take on myopia with MiSight® 1 day

MiSight® 1 day soft contact lenses are specifically designed for myopia control and are FDA approved* to slow the progression of myopia in children aged 8-12 at the initiation of treatment. (2, )

Talk with us to see if MiSight® 1 day is an option for your child.

Are MiSight® 1 day contacts safe and easy for my child to use?

  • Clinical studies show MiSight® 1 day contact lenses has a strong safety profile (3)
  • MiSight® 1 day contact lenses are easy for age-appropriate children to use (2)
  • 9 of 10 children as young as 8 years old are able to insert and remove their lenses on their own (4, )
  • Contact lenses also improved how the children felt about themselves, their appearance, self-esteem, and ability to perform activities (5, 6)

*Indications for use: MiSight® 1 day (omafilcon A) soft (hydrophilic) contact lenses for daily wear are indicated for the correction of myopic ametropia and for slowing the progression of myopia in children with non-diseased eyes, who at the initiation of treatment are 8-12 years of age and have a refraction of -0.75 to -4.00 diopters(spherical equivalent) with ≤ 0.75 diopters of astigmatism. The lens is to be discarded after each removal.

† Only FDA-approved soft contact lens designed for myopia control in the U.S.

‡ Compared to a single vision 1 day lens over a 3-year period.

By one month. As reported by parents.


  1. Donovan L, Sankaridurg P, Ho A, Naduvilath T, Smith EL 3rd, Holden BA. Myopia progression rates in urban children wearing single-vision spectacles. Optom Vis Sci. 2012 Jan;89(1):27-32. doi: 10.1097/OPX. 0b013e3182357f79. PMID: 21983120; PMCID: PMC3249020.
  2. Chamberlain P, et al. A 3-year randomized clinical trial of MiSight® lenses for myopia control. Optom Vis Sci. 2019; 96(8):556-567.
  3. Woods, J., Jones, D., Jones, L., Jones, S., Hunt, C., Chamberlain, P., & McNally, J. (2021). Ocular health of children wearing daily disposable contact lenses over a 6-year period. Contact Lens and Anterior Eye.]
  4. CVI data on file 2018. MiSight 1 day 3-year study report.
  5. Rah MJ, et al. Vision specific quality of life of pediatric contact lens wearers. Optom Vis Sci. 2010;87(8):560-6.
  6. Walline JJ, et al. Benefits of contact lens wear for children and teens. Eye Contact Lens. 2007;33(6 Pt 1):317-321.