MiSight contact lenses are a type of soft contact lens specifically designed for children to manage myopia (nearsightedness).

The lenses incorporate a dual-focus design that provides different refractive powers across different zones of the lens. This creates a "myopic defocus" in the peripheral retina, which has been shown to slow down the progression of myopia in children.

MiSight contact lenses do not reshape the cornea. Instead, they correct the child's distance vision while also directing some of the light away from the center of the eye to promote healthy eye development.

The lenses are a great option for children who may not want to wear eyeglasses or who may have difficulty with them. It's important to note that MiSight contact lenses should be prescribed and monitored by an eye care professional to ensure proper fit and eye health.

Overall, MiSight contact lenses can be a valuable tool for parents looking to manage their child's myopia and promote healthy eye development. If you're interested in learning more about MiSight lenses or determining if they may be right for your child, be sure to consult with an eye care professional.