Millions of Americans live with myopia. While there is no outright cure, today We can effectively reduce its severity & development.
A common question that parents of children with myopia ask us is if there’s any way to influence how quickly myopia develops. Having to frequently update corrective lens prescriptions due to myopia’s progression is not only frustrating, but also expensive. Of course, there are also the risks that are associated with high levels of myopia later on in life: namely, cataracts and potential retinal problems (including increased risks for a retinal detachment). For children and early-teens, we can slow down myopia’s development and improve vision through a process called “myopia control”. To learn more visit www.myopiacontrolinstitute.com.