Myopia Control Contact Lenses

Approximately 42% of the U.S. population is myopic. Unfortunately, the severity of the condition increases by the day, and the numbers are on the rise. Although the reason for this trend has not yet been proven, evidence suggests that genetics play a large role in the development of myopia. Also, spending less time outdoors and spending so much time on screens may contribute to this. At Granite Pointe Eye Care in Roseville, we’ve made it our duty to help you manage myopia.


After an appointment with our optometrist, we will decide the best management option for your condition. If Myopia Control Contact Lenses is the best option, our optometrist in Roseville CA will guide you on selecting the appropriate contact lenses.

Multifocal Myopia Control Contact Lenses

These are daytime lenses and are known to effectively reduce the progression of myopia. For people above 40 years, they are used to improve nearsightedness. They are also prescribed to children to correct myopic vision.  They are made in such a way that they focus light in two ways. One is at the center, and it corrects nearsightedness by focusing light directly on the retina.  The outer one focuses light in front of the retina. While there are various designs, the center distance lenses help in reducing myopia progression when worn daily.

Why Get Your Contact Lenses from Granite Pointe Eye Care in Roseville?

At Granite Pointe Eye Care, every procedure is set to ensure that you are satisfied and get the best treatment and care. We prioritize our patients and accommodate their busy schedules. When you first visit our office, our optometrist will evaluate your condition to determine whether or not you are suffering from myopia. If you are, our optometrist will recommend the best treatment for you. For more information on myopia control contact lenses or to schedule an appointment with our optometrist, call us today at (916) 797-6747. 


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