Multiple studies show myopia, an eye disease where the eyeball grows too long, is becoming much more common in children, showing up at earlier ages and progressing more rapidly.
Many researchers believe reduced outdoor time and increased screen time on devices are part of the problem along with certain genetic factors. Myopia often leads to struggles in school and activities for your child due to poor vision, as well as increased eye disease risks.
Glasses only compensate for your child’s blurry distance vision, they don’t stop their vision from continuing to worsen. Higher levels of myopia significantly increase your child’s risks for serious eye diseases like retinal disease and glaucoma. Early intervention is the key!
Treehouse Eyes offers proven, non-surgical treatments to slow or even stop the progression of myopia in children. Click the button below to find a convenient Bay Area Treehouse Eyes doctor and schedule a FREE consultation for your child today.
"We found a miracle here! Our daughter’s vision is perfectly fine and she doesn’t wear any glasses."
- Sed, a satisfied Treehouse Eyes parent.
Treehouse Eyes families entrust their children’s eye care to us because they share our vision for a different way to care for their child’s eyes.
Our innovative therapeutic model is on the leading edge of science in the battle against a lifetime of myopia. We provide families a totally unique eye care service in a place unlike any other.
Treehouse Eyes stands for a simple promise: everyone challenged by myopia can now receive the proper care and treatment enabling them to see the world differently.
Studies show that myopia has both genetic and environmental factors when it comes to your child’s eyesight. While your child’s genetic predisposition for myopia is “hard-wired”, there are some environmental factors to be aware of, and things you can do, to manage myopia.
In addition to regular eye exams and treatments that we know can slow down or even stop the progression of myopia in your child, your child’s lifestyle can also play a great role in how myopia develops. To help, we’ve created 4 lifestyle tips that could help save your child’s vision. There is no reversing the myopia kids already have, so let us help your child preserve their best vision now, and reduce their risks for myopia-related eye diseases in the future.
Hear from Treehouse Eyes parent and doctor, Dr. Dawn Gammon of Reston, Virginia, on why she chose myopia treatment for her son, Ryan, with Treehouse Eyes.