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What is Myopia Management?

A young boy blurred in the background with his head rested on his crossed arms struggles to see clearly in class due to myopia while glasses sit on the desk in focus.

Myopia isn’t merely an inconvenient vision impairment—it’s a global public health issue affecting nearly one-third of the population worldwide. The World Health Organization reports that by 2050, over 50% of the world’s population will be myopic. We know that sounds a little bit dramatic. But childhood myopia tends to become more severe throughout adolescence.  What […]

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A Different Kind of Baby Bump: Treating Your Infants Eyelid Styes

You watch your baby’s face when they sleep—the instinctual sucking motion of their mouth, the micro-expressions, and the tiny twitches of their delicate eyelids. But today you notice an irregularity beneath their eyelid, almost like a tiny piece of circular debris got caught on the surface of their eye. A bump on the edge, surface, […]

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Refusing to Read: Latent Hyperopia, A common cause of Lazy Eye (Amblyopia) in kids.

Signs and Symptoms Headaches Intermittent blurry vision, near and far Fatigue (ocular and mental) Avoiding reading Delayed learning (reading and generally) Crossed Eyes (Strabismus) Clumsiness Overview Hyperopia or hypermetropia, more commonly known as farsightedness, is a common form of Glasses Prescription and is found in about a quarter of adults. This is the case when it is easier to […]

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Can Myopia Improve With Age?

Yearly comprehensive eye exams can help your optometrist assess your child’s overall eye health and check for any signs of eye conditions.  One of the most common eye conditions we diagnose in children is myopia. If your child has been diagnosed with myopia, you probably have questions like: “Does Myopia get better as my child ages?” or “What can I […]

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Can the Increase of Nearsightedness (Myopia) Be Controlled?

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a common visual condition that is on the rise worldwide. Some estimates suggest that over 50% of the world’s population will have myopia by 2050. While myopia cannot be cured, it’s essential to manage and control it to prevent worse eye issues from appearing later in life. We’ll dive into some myopia […]

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What Causes Myopia (Nearsightedness)?

During your yearly eye exam, your optometrist may mention that you or your child are suffering from myopia (also known as nearsightedness). Myopia is a common refractive error in children. The error can cause distant objects to appear blurry.  But what causes patients to develop myopia? Keep reading to learn how myopia develops and how it can be controlled. […]

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