Dussan Eye Care: Myopia

Caring For Your Child's Vision


Why Myopia

As parents, it's natural to be concerned about our children's well-being, and that includes their vision. Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a common eye condition that affects many kids. But why does myopia matter, and what can you do about it?

This page is here to guide you through the world of myopia management, so you can make informed decisions about your child's eye health.

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Myopia Management

Myopia Care For Kids

Myopia is more than just the need for glasses or contact lenses. It's a condition that can progress and potentially lead to more serious eye health issues in the future. Myopia management focuses on slowing down this progression, which can be particularly crucial for kids. By addressing myopia in its early stages, we can help safeguard your child's vision as they grow.

Myopia Treatments

When it comes to myopia management for kids, there are various effective treatments available. Some of the common options include:

Orthokeratology (Ortho-K) These specially designed contact lenses (like Paragon CRT® lenses) reshape the cornea while your child sleeps, allowing them to see clearly during the day without glasses or contacts.

Atropine Eye Drops These drops are used to slow down myopia progression.

Multifocal Contact Lenses or Glasses These lenses are designed to help control myopia.

Behavioral Interventions Practices like spending more time outdoors and reducing screen time can contribute to myopia management.

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Your child's vision is a precious gift, and taking steps to manage myopia can have a significant impact on their eye health in the long run. Stay informed, and together, we can ensure your child enjoys clear vision and a bright future.

If you have any questions or need more information about myopia management for your child, please don't hesitate to contact us at Dussan Eye Care. We're here to support you on your journey to protect your child's vision.

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