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Myopia Control with Our Optometrists in Lone Star Vision in Plano and Celina, TX

When you visit Lone Star Vision in the Plano or Celina locaitons, you’ll have access to a team that’s dedicated to your well-being and care. Our optometrists in Plano and Celina offers myopia control including diagnosis and treatment options to help you. Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is not uncommon, but it does require care and treatment from an experienced and licensed doctor. You can depend on our eye care professionals to help you in Plano, Celina, Prosper, Frisco, or the surrounding areas.

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What is Myopia and How Does Myopia Impact Your Eyes and Vision?

The National Eye Institute says that as much as 41% of the population has myopia. This is a very common type of refractive error in vision. It is the most common type of vision problem. Having nearsightedness doesn’t mean you have to suffer with it.  Your eyes and vision are our primary goal.

Those who have myopia have a condition in which they can see things that are up close but have trouble seeing items that are a short or long distance away. It is believed that some people have a genetic predisposition for this condition, but eye fatigue, which can occur as a result of straining the eyes with computer use can also cause this condition.

For more advanced care, LASIK and PRK eye surgeries may be an option. These surgeries may be able to restore normal quality of vision, reducing or eliminating the need for glasses and contact lenses. Our optometry team can talk to you more about your options for corrective eye surgery.

How Our Celina and Plano Eye Doctors Diagnose Myopia

When you visit our Celina and Plano eye doctors, you’ll learn more about any type of vision concern you may have. Our team can diagnose myopia through a basic vision screening. However, you may have symptoms of this condition. If you squint to see things, have a tired feeling in your eyes when driving or playing sports, or you have difficulty seeing or reading things that are at a distance, you may need to have a formal diagnosis of myopia.

How Our Optometry Offices Can Treat Your Myopia Diagnosis

Lone Star Vision in Celina and Plano offers several options to treat your myopia diagnosis. The good news is that we can often improve your vision significantly. The most common solution is the use of prescription glasses or contact lenses. However, some forms of refractive surgery, such as LASIK, can also be effective for many people. When you visit our optometry office, we’ll work closely with you to ensure we treat your condition in the best way possible.

Many people with myopia can receive treatment that resolves most of their symptoms and improves their vision significantly. This type of eye care is brought on by creating a very specific prescription for you. Our optometrists can create this prescription based on the results of your vision test. Your vision correction depends on the refractive error that you have. This treatment is noninvasive and most people only need glasses to see better.

Contact Our Eye Care Team and Optometrists for Treatment or to Diagnose Your Vision Needs

When you put your trust in our optometrists in Lone Star Vision you always have the best eye care team working with you. Our goal is to diagnose and provide treatment for your myopia in a quick manner. With our two locations, you can get the appointment you need. We serve patients in Plano, Celina, Prosper, and Frisco. Call us now for an appointment at 972-378-4104 for our Plano optometry office and 972-382-2020 in our Celina optometry office.


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