Give Your Child a Lifetime of Better Vision

Treehouse Eyes offers specialized treatment to slow or stop the progression of your child's myopia (nearsightedness).

Get the Facts about Myopia Treatment

Studies around the world show myopia in children is accelerating. More time indoors and on screens, made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic, is driving earlier onset and faster progression in children.

In the U.S. alone 1 in 3 kids are now myopic and risk a lifetime of not just poor vision but also an increased risk of serious eye diseases associated with higher myopia.

Fortunately, we can now treat childhood myopia to slow or even stop your child's deteriorating vision. Treehouse Eyes providers use the Treehouse Vision System®, our proprietary clinical protocol that studies show results in 78% of children showing no progression in the first year of treatment. We now have thousands of children who have been successfully treated by Treehouse Eyes providers around the United States.

Treehouse Eyes doctors specialize in treating childhood myopia and use state-of-the-art equipment to develop a personalized treatment plan for your child. Our non-invasive treatments include customized contact lenses and special prescription eye drops.

At your initial consultation, your Treehouse Eyes doctor will determine the treatment that will work best for your child.

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Resources for Parents

Myopia (nearsightedness) progresses naturally during childhood, so the higher the level of myopia, the higher the risk for any complications. Early intervention and treatment are key to slowing or stopping your child's myopia. Glasses only compensate for your child's blurry distance vision, they don't stop their vision from continuing to deteriorate.

Is My Child at Risk?

Take our short (less than 2 minutes!) quiz to learn about your child's risk for myopia, or if their nearsightedness is could worsen.

How many hours/day does your child spend time outdoors, including during school breaks/recess?

Less than 2 hours
More than 2 hours

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