Apart from prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses, Myopia Institute offers corneal reshaping therapy as a lasting solution to myopia and other refractive errors. This involves surgical (LASIK) and non-surgical (orthokeratology) ways to correct structural infirmities that are often the root cause of vision problems. Before recommending them, we may evaluate first if you are a good candidate. Here are some criteria you need to meet: [Read more…]
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Strabismus, also referred to as “crossed eyes,” is a common vision developmental problem that often develops during one’s younger years. In fact, around 4% of all American children currently have this disorder. For your understanding, let your leading provider of trusted vision correction services, Myopia Institute, discuss this condition in detail. [Read more…]
Myopia involves difficulty seeing things from afar. Your close-range vision, however, remains unaffected, which is why it’s also referred to as nearsightedness. Although it’s a common vision problem, many still believe certain myths about it, preventing them from seeking appropriate treatment. Let your expert optometrist from the Myopia Institute reveal the truth behind four popular myopia misconceptions.
Myopia, more popularly known as nearsightedness, is a refractive error that may cause difficulties seeing distant figures clearly. Your close-range viewing ease, however, remains intact. At Myopia Institute, we offer four proven ways to help correct this problem and improve your visual acuity. Let your expert optometrist explain how each one works.