There’s no professional conference or discussion forum these days that ignores myopia and the need to control its development, but what happens in practice? The most recent data indicates that less than 20 percent of eyecare practitioners provide any method of myopia control. Worldwide, single vision lenses are still the most commonly prescribed, despite mounting evidence in the literature to support other interventions. Is this a collective denial of the myopia epidemic Brien Holden alerted us to a decade ago, or is there simply a disconnect between what we want to achieve and what we’re capable of achieving? With limited financial resources and even less free time, is the thought of reengineering our practices to make them suited to myopia management simply a bridge too far? Read More