Relative peripheral hyperopia is corrected with the proven technology of optimized Hyperopic Defocus Control (HDC). This ensures optimized imaging of the entire retina, including the periphery. Since single vision lenses do not correct this peripheral defocus, the focal plane is located peripherally behind the retina and could, therefore, be a stimulus for longitudinal growth.
The structure is similar to that of a concentric multifocal lens, whereby the distance is exclusively in the center. For myopia management, polynomial progression with Hyperopic Defocus Control (HDC) is located in the periphery of the contact lens.
The size and the beginning of the HDC zone are variable.
Toric variant Relax-T available, designs like Toris
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