Texas

Updated August 17, 2022

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We want every kid to lead lives where they are unencumbered by their myopia, while still ensuring they have access to treatments that are safe for them. This is why we utilize non-invasive methods such as personalized contact lenses and specific prescription eye drop to treat myopia. Right from your first visit, you will feel a sense of assurance as our Treehouse Eyes specialist will find the best treatment option for your kid. If you’re interested to know more about what we do, read on to find out more about myopia treatment for children in Texas.

About Texas

Just like every child around the world, the children in Texas are no strangers to the digital realm. With applications like TikTok getting more popular, it’s no surprise that myopia in children is a condition that’s becoming increasingly more prevalent with each passing year. This was also exacerbated by the pandemic where children had to heavily rely on screens to remain socially connected, as well as for their academic needs.

Overnight Contact Lenses in Texas

Treehouse Eyes’ Overnight Contact Lenses are specially designed to be worn only in the evening as your child goes to bed. As such, our Overnight Contact Lenses should be worn during sleep and taken out in the morning before your child prepares for the day. Specifically called KIDS Lenses, these lenses are custom-made for each child to gently and comfortably reshape the cornea, which is the clear front surface of the eye. It’s incredibly important to ensure that our Overnight Contact Lenses are tailored to each child as everyone’s eye shape is different.

If the lenses do not fit a particular eye shape, the eyes may get infected by a corneal abrasion. As such, at Treehouse Eyes, each child will undergo a consultation to receive his or her very own lenses that are fitted to their unique eye shape. Studies have shown that myopia progression can be slowed dramatically and, in some cases, stopped through this treatment in children.

Daytime Soft Contact Lenses in Texas

As the name suggests, our Daytime Soft Contact Lenses are meant to be worn during the day at school and in various activities. During the evening when they’re about to head to bed, they should take off these contacts. What makes our Daytime Soft Contact Lenses one of a kind is their optical design, which is specially crafted to provide clear vision during the daytime, yet slow down the progression of myopia at the same time.

Before prescribing these contacts, your child would undergo a consultation with one of our licensed Treehouse Eyes doctors. The consultation takes about an hour, during which the doctor would perform several tests, ask questions about your child’s medical history, and discuss various findings before eventually deciding on a suitable treatment plan.

Prescription Eye Drops in Texas

After a comprehensive assessment of your child, our doctors may recommend a prescription eye drop to treat myopia. This drop can be formulated at different concentrations that our doctors determine may best work for your child. As everyone’s eyes are different, our doctors would recommend your child a specific time to apply our Prescription Eye Drops.

Our consultations are personalized for each child and use state-of-the-art equipment to come up with a tailored treatment plan. While there will always be risks involved with any medical treatment, our doctors ensure these risks are minimized by having follow-up sessions and monitoring your child’s treatment progress.

Choose Treehouse Eyes for Myopia Care for Kids

Constantly staying on top of the cutting-edge technology that the industry has to offer is pivotal in ensuring that Treehouse Eyes can provide your children with the best treatment program for myopia. We have established ourselves as a place where you can entrust us to find a treatment program that genuinely works for your beloved child!

To find out more about our myopia care and treatments for kids in Texas, click here to find your nearest Treehouse Eyes provider and schedule a consultation today.

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