Take Control of Your Child’s Myopia
Myopia, more commonly known as nearsightedness, is rising among children. The eyes of a child with myopia become longer over time (axial length of the eye), causing distant objects to appear blurry. If not managed properly, myopia often worsens as the child gets older.
High myopia affects quality of life and may contribute to more severe sight-threatening complications in life, including retinal detachment, myopic maculopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts. Myopia management provides the opportunity for clear vision and the potential to slow progression of the axial length of the eye.
At Vision Optique, our experienced doctors follow the latest evidence-based myopia management treatments. Our doctors also conduct FDA clinical trials for future treatment options.
Following an initial consultation visit (virtual or in-person) with both parents and patient, our team will review the examination process, selection of treatment strategies, identified risks, and guidelines for ongoing management.
Call 713-838-2020 or email [email protected] to schedule an appointment. Our experienced doctors will help you find the best treatment options to manage your child’s myopia progression.