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Vision Care

  • Protect Your Child’s Eyesight By Encouraging Them To Play Outside

    Kids are spending increasing amounts of time on screens and less time outside playing. This is especially true with the pandemic upheaving our lives and forcing us to stay home for virtual learning or work from home. The consequences of screen time are not just limited to heightened obesity rates. Studies have shown that having […]

    Continue Reading June 10, 2022

  • 3 Facts about Myopia and What You Can Do For Your Child

    Myopia, often referred to as nearsightedness, is an eye disease in which the eye elongates more than it should, causing light to be focused in front of the retina instead of on the retina’s surface. Essentially, your child’s eye is growing too long. Because the eye elongates and grows with the rest of the body, […]

    Continue Reading May 6, 2022

  • The Four Best Ways to Treat and Manage Myopia

    If you or your children have myopia and it is getting worse each year, this article is for you. We will be discussing the four best ways to treat your myopia so it no longer gets worse. Everything we discuss is based on solid science and research, double-masked clinical trials, and recommendations based on mountains […]

    Continue Reading January 5, 2022

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    Can Myopia Be Prevented?

    While scientists haven’t yet found a way to guarantee that your child won’t develop myopia (often referred to as nearsightedness), there are things you can do to delay its onset and even prevent its progression. Read Now: https://treehouseeyes.com/blog/can-myopia-be-prevented/

    Continue Reading December 2, 2021

  • 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

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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

  • 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

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    It’s Myopia Monday – How Does Myopia Management Work?

    Happy first day of Summer! It’s Myopia Monday! Each Monday, we will 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. How does Myopia Management work? Our doctors use state-of-the-art equipment to develop a personalized treatment plan for […]

    Continue Reading June 21, 2021