Of the various myopia management approaches, single vision spectacle and contact lenses simply correct the vision impairment. In contrast, atropine at various concentrations slows myopia but does not correct for vision impairment. Myopia control optical devices such as spectacles (including progressive addition, peripheral defocus management, executive bifocals, and multiple segment lenses), soft contact lenses (multifocal like and extended depth of focus contact lenses), and orthokeratology (OrthoK) not only correct but also reduce the risk of progression to a varying extent. Combination therapy is a logical and methodical approach to improve either the patient experience and/or efficacy obtained with monotherapy alone. Read More