Freedom is the power that people tell us contact lenses give them.
The freedom to do the activities they want and live life on their terms. Freedom to choose which vision correction feels best for them that day, that moment.
At this year’s Optometry Tomorrow we’re celebrating the innovations that shape the future of fitting and prescribing contact lenses that bring even greater freedom to your patients.
Myopia management > Presbyopia > Plastic neutral >





Looking at myopia management solutions that go beyond vision correction, supporting a new standard of care with MiSight® 1 day,1 with six years of evidence and bevond.2,3

 














Highlighting the key insights for prescribing improved contact lens wear to even more presbyopes with Biofinity® toric multifocal and an evolution in lens design and fitting approach with MyDay® multifocal.

 














Promoting a sustainable and responsible approach to contact lens manufacture, prescription and disposal. Supporting and educating our partners and their patients, with a commitment to having made our one-day contact lenses plastic neutral through our partnership with Plastic Bank®.4,5

 










To discuss how you might use the products and tools above to prescribe freedom to even more of your patients, take a tour of our practitioner website or contact your Business Development Manager or Myopia Management Specialist.

Develop your knowledge, wherever you are.

Learn more about myopia management, the presbyopia opportunity and being plastic neutral at the CooperVision Learning Academy. Our free-to-access digital learning platform for ECPs and FOH staff – available 24/7 for mobile and desktop.



 


1. Resolution: The standard of care for Myopia Management by Optometrists. World Council of Optometry. (2021, May 17).
https://worldcouncilofoptometry.info/resolution-the-standard-of-care-for-myopia-management-by-optometrists. 2. Chamberlain P, Arumugam B, Jones D et al. Myopia Progression in Children wearing Dual-Focus Contact Lenses: 6-year findings. Optom Vis Sci 2020;97(E-abstract): 200038. 3. Chamberlain P, Arumugam B, et al. Myopia progression on cessation of Dual-Focus contact lens wear: MiSight 1 day 7 year findings. Optom Vis Sci 2021;98:E-abstract 210049. 4. One-day contact lenses are defined as orders placed by customers for those products and includes product sold and distributed by CooperVision in UK & Ireland. 5. Plastic neutrality is established by purchasing credits from Plastic Bank. A credit represents the collection and conversion of one kilogram of plastic that may reach or be destined for waterways. CooperVision purchases credits equal to the weight of plastic in our one-day contact lens orders in a specified time period. One-day contact lens plastic is determined by the weight of plastic in the blister, the lens and the secondary package (outer carton), including laminates, adhesives, and auxiliary inputs (e.g. ink).