The Myopia Institute’s mission is to provide patients with accurate and up-to-date information about myopia and myopia control methods. We can also help patients find an optometrist through our online directory. Today, we will talk about the signs of myopia and explain what you can do about this condition:
The Myopia Institute educates patients about scientifically proven and effective methods of myopia control and helps them find a local optometrist for their vision problems. Currently, there are four widely accepted treatment types for myopia: multifocal eyeglasses, distance-center multifocal contact lenses, orthokeratology and atropine eye drops. Learn more about them here:
Your eyes, with all their complex workings and amazing feats, are still fragile organs. Bearing this in mind, your eyes, especially your child’s, require extra care and delicate handling. In this article, your child’s optometrist from Myopia Institute gives pointers on how to properly remove eyelashes, mucus and other foreign objects from your toddler’s eyes.
Myopia undercorrection was once believed to help control and manage the development of myopia. Unfortunately, scientific studies have shown that the blur produced by undercorrecting acts as a stimulus for increased nearsightedness. Today, your expert optometrist from The Myopia Institute, discusses myopia undercorrection and how to identify if you have the wrong eyeglass prescription: