How I See It: 40 Years of Innovation
It’s been 40 years since Johnson & Johnson acquired Frontier Contact Lenses.
In honor of this milestone, employees who have been with the company since the early Frontier days share their personal memories of innovation and growth.Read Story
Prioritizing Lens Safety
A frontline nurse shares her contact lens journey–including the resource that made her feel comfortable as a new wearer.
Back on the Front Lines
Cataract surgery allows a physician to return to the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Gift of Eye Health
Johnson & Johnson Vision donated $320,000 to organizations leading the efforts to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and to assure access to care in areas hard hit by this pandemic.
Supporting Future Optometrists
In the wake of COVID-19, Johnson & Johnson Vision partnered to help optometry students meet their 2020 graduation requirements by providing virtual clinical sessions.
COVID-19 Response Efforts
We're committed to helping individuals and communities around the world manage the unprecedented impacts of COVID-19.
Vision for Good
Serving more than 60 million people in 103 countries, we are helping people see better, connect better, live better. Because sight is more than simply seeing: It’s a profound way to connect with the world around us, and with each other.
In focus: Myopia
Avoid looking at a digital screen too long
Some signs you’ve been looking at a digital screen too long include dry eyes, headaches, and blurred vision.
Gives your eyes a break every 20 minutes
Make sure to follow the 20-20-20 rule to give your eyes a break: Every 20 minutes look 20 feet away for 20 seconds.
Make sure your computer screen is positioned correctly
Keep your computer screen 20-28 inches away from your face and slightly below eye level.
Focus on overall health to boost your eye health
Eating right, being active, knowing your family history — all can have an impact on healthy vision, too.
There is a lack of awareness when it comes to Myopia, because it has been easy to treat the symptoms.
Myopia is a chronic progressive disease1,2,3 which can lead to permanent vision loss later in life4
By 2050, half of the world’s population (50%) is projected to be myopic.
By 2050, 1 billion people are expected to have high myopia, a severe form of the condition.
10 to 80%
In China, among children ages six to 18, myopia prevalence rises from less than 10 to 80 percent.
Uncorrected distance refractive errors, largely caused by myopia, are already estimated to cost global healthcare systems US$202 billion annually.
Connected by Sight
Patients and Experts are all connected
Changing the trajectory of eye health requires a collaborative effort between the brightest minds — eye care professionals and associations — and patients, connected in our efforts to improve the quality of care and sight around the world.
1) Flitcroft DI. The complex interactions of retinal, optical and environmental factors in myopia aetiology. Prog Retin Eye Res. 2012;31(6):622-660.
2) Donovan L, Sankaridurg P, Ho A et al Myopia progression rates in urban children wearing single-vision spectacles. OVS 2012;89(1):27-32.
3) Pärssinen O, Kauppinen M. Risk factors for high myopia: a 22-year follow-up study from childhood to adulthood. Acta Ophthalmologica. 2019;97(5):510-518.
4) Tideman JW, Snabel MC, Tedja MS, et al . Association of Axial Length With Risk of Uncorrectable Visual Impairment for Europeans With Myopia. JAMA Ophthalmol. 2016 Dec 1;134(12):1355-1363