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  • Childhood Myopia: What It Is and What You Can Do To Help Your Child.

    Dozens of parents bring their children into our practices every day for eye exams and other services, and many ask us questions about myopia. While instances and awareness of myopia are on the rise, to help spread myopia awareness we’ve written out the basics on childhood myopia, why it matters, and what you as a […]

    Continue Reading November 2, 2021

  • November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month!

    Diabetic eye disease is a general term for a group of eye problems that can result from having type 1 or type 2 diabetes, including diabetic retinopathy, cataracts and glaucoma. Often there are no symptoms in the early stages of diabetic eye disease, so it is important that you don’t wait for symptoms to appear […]

    Continue Reading November 1, 2021

  • 3rd Annual Food Drive Is Happening Now!

    Our 3rd Annual Food Drive and Fundraiser has just begun! 🧡 We will be collecting non-perishable food items for H.O.P.E. Ministries Food Pantry located right in the heart of O’Fallon. We are also collecting monetary donations and will be donating $1 per exam that we see to the pantry. We will be collecting items starting […]

    Continue Reading October 25, 2021

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    5 Spooky Things You Didn’t Know About Myopia

    Myopia (most often referred to as nearsightedness) affects about one in every three children in the United States and has become increasingly prevalent over the last 30 years. Myopia is an eye disease that occurs when the eye grows too long—like the shape of a football. This causes distant objects to appear blurry and increases […]

    Continue Reading October 5, 2021

  • It’s International Literacy Day!

    Today is International Literacy Day! For children, reading and writing can become much more difficult as myopia develops. Be sure to ask our doctors about ways you can help slow or stop the progression of myopia! Myopia makes your child’s world blurry and they may not even know it. Help them see the full picture […]

    Continue Reading September 8, 2021

  • How You Can Help Your Child Excel in School This Year

    How You Can Help Your Child Excel in School This Year The start of a new school year can be overwhelming, even for the most confident children. That’s why parents are doing whatever they can to help their children successfully transition to the next academic grade. Below, we share our top tips for parents, so […]

    Continue Reading August 3, 2021

  • Why Not Use Regular Glasses for Treating My Child Who Has Myopia?

    It’s Myopia Monday! On Mondays, we explore the topic of myopia – what it is, why you should care about it and the treatment options we offer for children who are myopic. So, why not use regular glasses for treating my child who has myopia? Glasses only compensate for your child’s blurry distance vision, they […]

    Continue Reading July 26, 2021

  • July 2021 Newsletter

    Pediatricians and Ophthalmologists agree; It’s Best to Proactively Treat Your Myopic Children Given the rapid increase in childhood myopia being seen in the U.S., the American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Academy of Pediatrics recently updated their guidance on managing myopia in children. Both organizations now recommend children play outdoors more to delay the onset […]

    Continue Reading July 6, 2021