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Kids just want to be kids. But when a child has myopia, life comes with extra challenges. For many kids, wearing eyeglasses may introduce self-image concerns and discourage participation in sports and other physical activities.1,2 Johnson & Johnson Vision is proud to offer daytime freedom from glasses or contacts with ACUVUE® Abiliti™ Overnight Therapeutic Lenses for Myopia Management.3,*
Acuvue Abiliti™ – overnight lenses for myopia management
Acuvue Abiliti™ – overnight lenses for myopia management

How can I get ACUVUE® Abiliti™ lenses?

Abiliti™ Overnight lenses are prescribed by eye doctors specially trained by Johnson & Johnson Vision to manage myopia in children and adults. Use our Find an Abiliti™ Prescriber locator to find an eye doctor near you who specializes in fitting Abiliti™ Overnight lenses.FIND AN ABILITI™ PRESCRIBER

Get the SeeAbiliti™ App to Manage Myopia On-the-Go

As part of our holistic approach to managing myopia, the SeeAbiliti™ app makes it easy to manage myopia on the go. With the SeeAbiliti™ app, you can:

  • Locate an eye doctor near you who specializes in myopia management with Abiliti™.

  • Track your child’s daily outdoor time. Spending at least two hours per day outdoors has been shown to help manage myopia.7

  • Access step-by-step instructions for inserting and removing Abiliti™ Overnight lenses.
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See Your Impact

Every child deserves the gift of clear sight. That’s why Johnson & Johnson Vision is proud to support the Sight For Kids® program with our non-profit partner Lions Clubs International Foundation. And you can be part of this global effort while enjoying the benefits of Abiliti™ Overnight lenses.

Each annual purchase of an Abiliti™ product provides a free comprehensive eye exam to a child in need through Sight For Kids.® An eye exam can detect early warnings signs and manifestation of over 270 different medical conditions,8 including myopia, and is important in maintaining overall eye health. To date, almost 42 million students globally have received eye exams, with over 500,000 children in need receiving eyeglasses.
*. The lenses are indicated for reducing refractive error up to 6.00D of myopia and up to 1.50D of astigmatism. Results may vary by patient and prescription level.
†. Previously marketed under Menicon Z Night. Initial CE approval for Orthokeratology was granted in 2006.
‡. Compared to single-vision spectacles.
^. The lens is approved for correcting astigmatism of up to 1.50D.

1. Horwood et al. Common visual defects and peer victimization in children. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 2005;vol 46(4)pp.1177-81.
2. Hoskin A, Philip S, Dain S, Mackey D. Spectacle-related eye injuries, spectacle-impact performance and eye protection. Clin Exp Optom. 2015;98:203-209. doi: 10.1111/co.12283.
3. Data on File 2022. Instruction For Use.
4. Data on File 2021. Menicon Initial CE approval 2006.
5. JJV Data on File 2022. ACUVUE® Abiliti™ Overnight Therapeutic Lenses for Myopia Management - Consolidated, Approved Claims List; U.S. Only Claims.
6. Data on File 2021. Menicon Design History File.
7. Wu PC, Chen CT, Lin KK, et al. Myopia Prevention and Outdoor Light Intensity in a School-Based Cluster Randomized Trial. Ophthalmology 2018;125:1239-50.
8. Systemic Conditions with Ocular and Visual Manifestations. American Optometric Association. December 2019.

Important Safety Information
ACUVUE® Abiliti™ Overnight Therapeutic Contact Lenses are available by prescription only for the management of myopia. An eye care professional will determine whether these contact lenses are right for you. Although, rare, serious eye problems including vision loss and blindness can develop while wearing contact lenses. To help avoid these symptoms, follow the wear and replacement schedule and the lens care disinfection instructions provided by your eye care professional. Do not wear these contact lenses if you have an eye infection, or experience eye discomfort, excessive tearing, vision changes, redness or other eye problems. If one of these conditions occurs, remove the lens and contact your eye doctor immediately. For more information on proper wear, care and safety, talk to your eye care professional and review the Patient Instruction Guide, call 1-877-334-3937, or visit

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