Apa itu Kontrol Miopia?

Kontrol Miopia berarti memperlambat perkembangan miopia (rabun jauh). Tanpa kontrol, biasa terjadi peningkatan 100-150 derajat per tahun. Kami memulai skrining miopia pada usia 3 tahun karena kami ingin mendeteksi dan mengontrol miopia segera setelah miopia terjadi.

Mengapa Kontrol Miopia?

Semakin tinggi miopia, semakin tinggi risiko kehilangan penglihatan dari:

Miopia meningkatkan risiko komplikasi serius yang mengancam penglihatan.
Selain itu, Organisasi Kesehatan Dunia telah mengakui miopia sebagai masalah publik, merilis laporan bersama dengan Brien Holden Vision Institute pada tahun 2016[v].

Miopia terjadi karena bola mata memanjang. Semakin panjang bola mata, semakin tinggi miopia (resep kacamata). Selanjutnya, seiring bertambahnya usia anak, panjang bola mata juga cenderung bertambah. Oleh karena itu, dianjurkan untuk mengadopsi kontrol miopia sedini mungkin untuk mengurangi risiko kondisi yang disebutkan di atas.

Apa saja pilihannya?

  1. Lensa Kacamata Kontrol Miopia Khusus
  2. Orto-Keratologi (Ortho-K)
  3. Lensa Kontak Lunak Kontrol Miopia Khusus
  4. Tetes Mata Atropi

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Lensa Kacamata Kontrol Miopia Khusus

Penelitian telah menunjukkan bahwa Lensa Kacamata Kontrol Miopia (mis. Bi-Fokal, MiyoSmart, MyoKids, MyoPilux MyoVision, Stellest, dll.) dapat memperlambat perkembangan miopia hingga 67% [vi] [vii] [viii] [ix] [xi]dibandingkan dengan kacamata konvensional.

Pilihan ini cocok untuk individu dengan miopia hingga -10.00D dengan astigmatisme -4.00D.

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Ortho-Keratology (Ortho-K Lens)

Beberapa penelitian[xii] [xiii] [xiv] [xv] [xvi] [xvii] [xviii] [xix] [xx] [xxi] telah menunjukkan kontrol miopia yang efektif dengan orto-keratologi. Selain itu, opsi ini memungkinkan seseorang untuk menikmati kebebasan dari kacamata siang hari atau lensa kontak. Ini bagus untuk berolahraga dan bagi mereka yang tidak suka memakai kacamata.

Orto-Keratologi (Lensa OLensa Ortho K seperti kawat gigi. Ini adalah lensa kontak permeabel gas yang dibuat khusus yang dipakai saat tidur. Saat bangun, lensa kontak dipindahkan, memberikan penglihatan yang jelas di siang hari.

Alami hidup tanpa kacamata siang hari atau lensa kontak!
Untuk informasi dan video lebih lanjut, silakan kunjungi: halaman ortho-k.

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Multi-Fokal/Khusus Lensa Kontak Lunak

Penelitian telah menunjukkan perlambatan perkembangan miopia hingga 59%[xxii] [xxiii] [xxiv] [xxv] [xxvi] [xxvii] [xxviii] [xxix] [xxx] [xxxi] [xxxii] [xxxiii] dengan lensa Kontak Lunak Multi-Fokal/Kontrol Miopia Khusus (misalnya lensa lunak ArtMost OK, Mi-Sight, Naturalvue Multifocal, dll.).

Ini adalah pilihan ideal bagi individu yang tidak suka memakai lensa ortho k dan tidak menyukai kacamata. Cocok untuk individu dari segala usia (tidak terbatas pada anak-anak) dan dengan miopia hingga -15.00D dan astigmatisme hingga -1.50D.

Ini adalah beberapa produk yang ada di pasaran pada masa ini

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Tetes Mata Atropi

Tetes mata atropin adalah pendekatan alternatif untuk kontrol miopia. Mereka tidak mengembalikan penglihatan yang sempurna, tetapi mereka membantu memperlambat perkembangan miopia.

Pendekatan khusus manapun untuk mengelola miopia pada anak-anak, harus dikombinasikan dengan gaya hidup sehat untuk mencapai hasil pengobatan yang diinginkan.

Makanan untuk Penglihatan Sehat

8 Tips untuk Kesehatan Mata

Aturan 20-20-20

Saran Lingkungan Visual

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