If your child shows consistent and recent signs of progressive myopia, it is critical that you schedule a myopia management consultation with our office as soon as possible. At Switalski Eye Care, we have the technology and expertise to evaluate your child's myopia and offer various treatment options. moderate risk
If your child has been experiencing minor diopter changes, but engages in habits that may increase their refractive error, we can help. Our myopia management program not only treats myopia, but Dr. Switalski will also guide your child in developing better habits and vision strategies to slow or stop myopia progression in its tracks.
Even with no signs of progressive myopia, it's important to visit Dr. Switalski, who will monitor and ensure that your child's vision stays healthy. However, we encourage you to discuss ways to keep myopia from progressing at your child's next routine eye exam.
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Thank you for taking our Myopia Assessment! While this isn't a true assessment regarding whether your child's myopia is progressing or not, many practices use questions like these to better gauge the likelihood of myopia progression in their patients.
This quiz is not designed to constitute advice as to your visual health or, more particularly, to provide a diagnosis. An accurate diagnosis for myopia progression and conditions can only be made by an eye practitioner following a complete eye examination.
For more information about your myopia progression concerns, we recommend you send us your comments through the form above. You can also speak to our eye doctor at your next eye exam or you can schedule a myopia consultation by calling us at 855-847-4686.