Strabismus or Esotropia is an eye condition most commonly occurring in infants.
The condition causes a misalignment of the eyes — wherein one eye looks straight ahead and the other eye looks upward, downward, to the left or right.
Strabismus occurs when muscles around the eye don’t work in full coordination.
Children ranging in age from 2 to 16 years can be treated for accommodative esotropia with Kids Pro progressive lenses.
Kids Pro is suitable for small frames. It is featured by a short corridor of only 8 mm and a minimum fitting height of 11 mm.
Kids Pro improves ocular parallelism and binocular cooperation, ensuring an excellent balance between usability and comfort.
- Kids Design
- Short Corridor, 8mm only
- Optimized for Small Frames
|Market Segment||Kids product|
|Calculation Technology||Nominal Power|
|Inset||Variable 0-4mm (only based on power)|
*Recommended minimum fitting height