Slow down myopia progression, so that they can go full steam ahead.

What is myopia?

Myopia, also called near-sightedness, is a common eye disease, whereby objects far away appear blurry and out of focus.1 This can make it harder for your child to concentrate at school and to have a carefree experience at play. If left untreated in children, myopia can lead to significant and lasting vision problems in the future.2

Did you know myopia can be slowed down, not only corrected?

Today, in most cases, myopia is corrected with single vision lenses, which only provide clear and sharp vision. However, they do not help to slow down myopia progression.


That’s why we created the MiYOSMART lenses, an innovative treatment solution that provides clear vision, while simultaneously slowing down myopia progression in an easy, safe, effective and non-invasive way.3-6

D.I.M.S. Technology used in MiYOSMART lenses has been proven to slow down myopia progression in children³

How do MiYOSMART lenses work?

MiYOSMART lenses use the revolutionary D.I.M.S. Technology to correct the myopic refractive error and provide clear vision.

D.I.M.S. Technology uses a honeycomb-shaped segment treatment area (‘defocus zone’) to slow down myopia progression, and a clear zone (‘focus zone’) with you child’s prescription. The focus zone provides clear vision and the defocus zone manages myopia at the same time.


Evidence you can trust. That's MiYOSMART.

We carried out multiple clinical studies that provide high-quality evidence, to give you the confidence when considering MiYOSMART lenses as a treatment solution for your child.

The main findings were:

  • MiYOSMART lenses slowed down myopia progression on average by 60% on average, compared to wearing standard single vision lenses.3
  • The myopia management effect was sustained over 6 years, demonstrating that there is benefit in wearing the lenses long term.4
Find out more about MiYOSMART evidence

Better vision. Better protection.

Eye Shield

We know that children are active and always on the go. That’s why we use a highly impact-resistant, yet thin and light material – to offer young eyes the protection they need, at all times.

Strong and Safe
Optical clarity
Thin and light
UV protection

Frame Selection & Fitting

Can be used in normal frames and your Eye Care Professional can help you find the right fit for your child.

Easy Coating

The MiYOSMART lenses comes with a durable, easy-to-wipe, anti-reflective coating so they look great and fit into any child’s lifestyle.

Protect how your child sees the world with MiYOSMART sun lenses

With MiYOSMART sun lenses, slowing down of myopia progression and protection from intense sunlight come together.⁷⁻¹⁰*

MiYOSMART sun lenses have adopted D.I.M.S. Technology to correct myopia and slow down its progression.3,9,14 They also protect from intense sunlight, which provides eye comfort and encourages children to spend more time outdoors.7, 8, 10

MiYOSMART sun lenses offer protection from harmful UV rays,7, 8,15 reducing the risk of long-term damage to the eye - so you can be sure your child’s eyes are well taken care of!

Find out more about MiYOSMART sun

Care goes beyond the lens

Spend more time outdoors

Most Eye Care Professionals recommend spending at least 2 hours a day outdoors, to reduce the risk of myopia progression.11

Seek regular eye care

Get your child’s eyes checked regularly to ensure myopia or other vision problems are detected and treated early. Be conscious of your child’s tendency to hide or downplay their vision problems.

Give eyes a break

Reduce your child’s eye strain by reminding them to take regular breaks from screen time and short-sighted activities. Encourage the 20-20-20 rule – every 20 minutes look at an object at least 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds.12



  • Clinically proven to slow down myopia progression3
  • Backed by evidence you can trust
  • Child-friendly, easy to adapt and non-invasive

Over 2 million parents across the world have already trusted MiYOSMART¹³


MiYOSMART has not been approved for myopia management in all countries, including the U.S., and is not currently available for sale in all countries, including the U.S.

MiYOSMART lenses may not be able to address individuals’ conditions due to natural deficiencies, illness, pre-existing medical conditions and/or advanced age of consumers. The information contained herein is for general information and is not intended to constitute medical advice. Please consult your Eye Care Professional for more information prior to the use of MiYOSMART lenses.


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    Haarman AEG, Enthoven CA, Tideman JWL, et al. The Complications of Myopia: A Review and Meta-Analysis. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2020;61(4):49. DOI: 10.1167/iovs.61.4.49.

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    Lam CSY, Tang WC, Tse DY, et al. Defocus Incorporated Multiple Segments (DIMS) spectacle lenses slow myopia progression: a 2-year randomised clinical trial. Br J Ophthalmol. 2020;104(3):363-8. DOI: 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2018-313739.

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    Lam CSY, Tang WC, Zhang HY, et al. Long-term myopia control effect and safety in children wearing DIMS spectacle lenses for 6 years. Sci Rep. 2023;13(1):5475. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-023-32700-7.

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    HOYA data on file. Transmission, traffic light recognition, and UV blocking test for MiYOSMART clear and polarized lenses. 02/2023. Tests were conducted at room temperature (23°C).

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    HOYA data on file. Transmission, traffic light recognition, and UV blocking test for MiYOSMART clear and photochromic lenses. 02/2023. Tests were conducted at room temperature (23°C).

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    HOYA data on file. PSF test on MiYOSMART clear and sun spectacle lenses. 06/2022.

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    HOYA data on file. Lens performance validation test for MiYOSMART photochromic lenses – activation and deactivation. 02/2023. Tests were conducted at room temperature (23°C).

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    HOYA data on file. Harris Interactive: HOYA Vision Care concept testing – MiYOSMART Sun. 07/2022.

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    Boyd K. Computers, Digital Devices and Eye Strain. 2020 [online]. American Academy of Ophthalmology. Available at: (Last accessed: 04/09/2023).

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    Based on number of MiYOSMART spectacle lenses sold per HOYA sales data on file as of August 2023.

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    Assuming self-tinting spectacle lenses are used at all times or in addition to MiYOSMART clear spectacles lenses, or polarized spectacle lenses are used in addition to MiYOSMART clear spectacle lenses. Please always consult your Eye Care Professional for treatment decisions regarding your child’s myopia and for instructions for using MiYOSMART spectacle lenses.

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    MiYOSMART polarized spectacle lenses and inactive MiYOSMART self-tinting spectacle lenses block 100% of harmful UV light, as per the ISO 8980-3:2022 standard.