EssilorLuxottica to reveal five year Stellest lens data results

EssilorLuxottica would present latest study findings on its Essilor Stellest lenses and light management at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (Arvo 2024).

Data from a five year clinical study, presented by Dr Björn Drobe from EssilorLuxottica’s research and development (R&D) team, would reveal that Essilor Stellest lenses saved one and three-quarter dioptres of myopia over five years.  

Professor Mark Bullimore would present his insights on predictive models for axial elongation and change in myopia progression at the event on May 5-9 in Seattle.

Bullimore and Dr Yee Ling Wong, also from the R&D team, would further discuss emmetropic eye growth and spectacle lenses with highly aspherical lenslets (HAL) based on findings from a recently published paper.

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