Helping our community maintain healthy levels of vision

Myopia, commonly known as nearsightedness, is a vision condition in which an individual can see near objects clearly, but objects farther away seem blurry. Myopia is typically managed with glasses or daytime contact lens wear. At Brenart Eye Clinic, we offer treatments for children and young adults to slow down the progression of nearsightedness. These treatments include Atropine drops, soft multifocal contact lenses, multifocal glasses, and Orthokeratology.
To learn more, watch the video below and then call to schedule an appointment with a doctor from our Myopia Control team.

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Myopia Team

Myopia Team

At Brenart Eye Clinic, we specialize in providing effective and expert treatment to control the progression of myopia. You or your child will be seen by highly trained Optometrists and technicians who make up our Myopia Control team. Learn More

More About Myopia

More About Myopia

Myopia has increased by 66% in the United States since 1971. Early detection and intervention using evidence-based treatments may allow for prevention and reduction of potentially serious vision complications later in life. Some of these complications include increased risk for retinal detachment, cataracts and glaucoma. Learn More

What to Expect

What to Expect

After a Comprehensive Eye Exam has been completed, you will be scheduled for a consultation to discuss appropriate treatment options, your customized plan of action, and cost. The doctor will come in at the end of your consultation to answer any questions or concerns you may have. At this point, you may sign the consent form and move forward with treatment. The quantity and frequency of follow-up appointments is dependent on the type of treatment you undergo. All this information and more will be discussed prior to the beginning of treatment during your consultation appointment. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Treatments

Treatments

We offer strategies for people of all ages to slow down the progression of nearsightedness. From Atropine drop treatments to night-time wear contact lenses, we will help find the best treatment option for your needs. Learn More