Myopia Significantly Increases Your Child’s Risks of Serious Eye Diseases.
Childhood myopia rates are increasing, with 1 in 3 children now affected.
Childhood myopia rates are increasing. Many researchers believe reduced outdoor time and increased screen time on devices are part of the problem. Myopia often leads to struggles in school and activities for your child due to poor vision, as well as increased eye disease risks.
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Number of Myopic children in the U.S.
There are now non-surgical treatments to improve your child’s vision now and reduce their long-term eye health risk associated with myopia. Treatments include customized contact lenses and prescription eye drops, your Treehouse Eyes doctor will recommend a personalized treatment plan for your child.
“The initial consultation … was so comprehensive, the doctor took the time to answer all of my questions and made me confident in starting treatment. Right away we saw an improvement in Taylor’s confidence in school and in sports. Now three years later, she is still doing great. As parents, we know that by committing to myopia treatment for her we can help her now and also give her options that we never had as a child.”
--Jennifer, mother of Taylor, age 11
“We prevent all medical issues we can in every other area. Why are we accepting that our child’s eyes will just get worse each year?”
--Michelle, mother of Sophia, age 11
" My daughter is myopic and she was progressing very quickly, we were having to get new glasses every few months. Our optometrist referred us to Treehouse Eyes for a consultation. We just finished our annual progress check where we discovered her vision had only changed by less than half of a percent since starting treatment.”
--Ali, mother of Zoe, age 10