Myopia is a condition commonly known as nearsightedness in which people can see close objects clearly, but objects farther away appear blurred. We find more and more kids are now needing eyeglasses and their prescription is increasing every year. We have been looking into treatments that can stop or at least slow down the progression of Myopia so your child doesn’t need stronger glasses year after year. Children between the ages 7-14 and 20-25 prescription progresses more rapidly.
Myopia typically begins during childhood and children have a higher risk if their parents are nearsighted. In most cases, nearsightedness stabilizes in early adulthood but sometimes it continues to progress with age.
Other causes of Myopia include:
Myopia is a disease which has no cure. Prescription eyeglasses, contacts lenses and Lasik eye surgery have been the only option available to patients with myopia. However, all these are a short term solution bandaging the problem until your prescription increases. The most frequent question parents ask us is “What can I do to stop my child’s prescription from getting worse?” We can now answer by offering treatment options which will help slow down the progression of their child’s prescription.
YES, we now have myopia treatment which will help slow down the progression of myopia.
Yes, this treatment will help prevent your child from the development of myopia.
Children 4 Years old and up. This treatment is also applicable to college students due to the number of hours spent doing close up work.
No, these treatments have been dated back to 1995. Several studies have been done on these treatments and we have been fallowing these studies since.
Yes. The treatment will slow down the progression of your child’s prescription from getting worse but will not eliminate the need to wear glasses/contacts.
Our clinic has been serving our patients since 2000. We offer a diverse selection of frames, lenses, sunglasses, contact lenses, and safety eye wear. We do comprehensive Eye Exams which include OPTOMAP imaging. We offer treatments for various eye diseases and now introducing treatment for myopia.