Kubota Glass - Can it really reverse myopia and reduce axial length?
Updated: Nov 3, 2022
Parents will do anything for their children. That generally goes without saying. So when it comes to progressive myopia and its inherent risks to long-term sight health, most parents would try anything that claims to reverse it.
So far, all the peer-reviewed evidence-based therapies show that they can slow the progression of myopia but not halt it. No clinical studies, so far, have shown any reversal in myopia (in other words, a shortening of the eye length). As far as myopia scientists are aware, the axial length of the eye usually stops growing in the late twenties. No evidence so far shows anything that actively reduces the eye's axial length.