Myopia Management Evening – 25th May at 19:30 on Zoom

Now you can slow down progression of a child’s short-sightedness*3



Register your place at our Zoom evening using the QR code below

Date; Tuesday 25th May 2021              Time; 7.30pm              Duration; 30 mins approx

As a child grows, their short-sightedness (or myopia) is likely to progress and this means becoming gradually more reliant on glasses over time. Research shows that progression of myopia can also lead to increased risks of eye health complications later in life.[1]

We can now take action to help slow down the progression of myopia*3. Maskell + Josephson Optometrists now offers the Brilliant Futures™ with MiSight® 1 day contact lens programme, specially designed to help us manage childhood myopia.

The programme uses the innovative MiSight® 1 day contact lens, specifically designed for children and clinically proven to reduce the progression of childhood myopia by an average of 59%.*[2] MiSight® 1 day lenses are preferred to glasses by nine out of every ten children who use them.[3]

Brilliant Futures™ includes an initial consultation and assessment followed by fitting, regular check-up appointments and ongoing support so we can continue to manage a child’s myopia together.

We are delighted to offer a free no obligation phone or video consultation to begin with, to find out as much as possible. If you would like to discuss this further, please contact us on 0161 549 2560 or to book a free myopia management consultation.

Face to face consultations are available in both our Altrincham and Warrington sites. Our free no obligation discussions (via phone or video) will be hosted by Graham Weir, our optometrist in Warrington and a Clinical Tutor at The University of Manchester.

We look forward to hearing from you to discuss myopia management options

Yours sincerely,

Anthony Josephson and Graham Weir

Maskell + Josephson Optometrists




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Date; Tuesday 25th May 2021. Time; 7.30pm

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[1] Tideman J, et al. JAMA Opthalmol. 2016;134:1355-1363

[2] Chamberlain P, et al. Optom Vis Sci. 2019;96:556–567

[3] CVI Data on File 2019