The Myopia Specialist Centre is an Optometry based practice with a focus in myopia management and prevention in Asia. Launched in partnership with Optometry industry specialists and myopia specialists, we aim to raise awareness about myopia and manage it through education and individualised myopia management methods.
Our custom suite of services and programmes is tailored towards raising awareness about the complications of today’s digital age, when an increase in screen use and reduced outdoor time has resulted in the prevalence of myopia among children and adults alike.
In particular, a key focus will be to support paediatric myopia by offering solutions shaped by evidence based research. Our goal is to slow myopic progression, improve the quality of sight and, in turn, the quality of life for patients with myopia.
Your vision is a gift that may require professional care. Our mission is to deliver that and help your children see the world in high definition.
Vision and Mission
To be a trusted source in delivering quality eye care as a forerunner in myopia research and education
With a holistic and multi-disciplinary approach, we strive to improve the quality of life for children with myopia by managing myopic progression early.
What we do
MSC’s global network gathers myopia specialists in one place. Our visiting specialists drive research that forms the core of our diagnostic procedures and treatment plans. Our patients will be provided quality personalised myopia management from a team of trained professionals.
As a myopia research and education centre, we are committed to raising myopia-related eyecare standards through comprehensive research initiatives. Our practitioners are not just supporting, but also educating parents and patients. Through a family focused approach, we prioritise parental education and involvement as a means to nurture a long-term myopia management relationship with your children.
Scientific Advisory Board
The MSC has been established as a strategically situated myopia research centre supported by scientific guidance and clinical input from a panel of myopia specialists from various countries. They can provide a further understanding of myopia progression and its long-term implications.
The MSC and its partners are allocating notable resources to strategic myopia related research programs in order to learn more about the disease and its consequences and to support the development of new forms of myopia management.