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At Warden Optometry, it’s our mission to provide all of our patients with the best possible vision they can achieve. We offer solutions for a whole host of vision problems, including myopia.

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is one of the most common forms of refractive errors found across the planet. Myopia can start to develop as early as childhood and can continue to get worse if corrective measures are not taken.

Book an appointment with us today, and we can help you correct your myopia so you can start enjoying clearer vision.

What is Myopia

Myopia is a refractive error that causes your eyes to see near objects clearly but makes distant objects blurry and hard to see. It occurs when the shape of your eye bends the light rays so that they focus in-front of your retina rather than right on it.

By coming in for a comprehensive eye exam, your optometrist can confirm if you have myopia and can start implementing a plan to help you see better. Some of the most common forms of correcting myopia include:

  1. OrthoK Lenses or corneal reshaping lenses for night time use.
  2. Misight day time contact lenses.
  3. Bifocal glasses lenses.
  4. Progressive glasses lenses.
  5. Atropine eye drops.
  6. Vision therapy with bifocal glasses lens.
  7. Hoya DIMs glasses lens (currently available in Hong Kong, coming to Toronto soon.)

Symptoms of Myopia

There are ways to tell if you’re experiencing symptoms of myopia, even if you have never been to an eye exam The first problem you would be able to spot would be that distant objects are becoming harder to see. If you are finding yourself squinting a lot to read text far away from you, you could have myopia.

You could also experience headaches if your eyes are myopic. See far distances can cause your eyes to strain and lead to headaches. If you believe your vision might be causing your headaches, be sure to book an appointment with our optometrist as soon as you can.

Other symptoms can include:

  • Needing to sit closer to your television, computer, or theatre screens to see better
  • Blinking a lot
  • Needing to rub your eyes frequently

Childhood Myopia

Myopia often develops in children, but a lot of the time, parents might not know that there is a problem with their child’s eyesight. This means it’s up to the parents to look for the signs of myopia, such as squinting or having to sit up close to the television or computer screen to see clearly.

Some studies have shown that parents may be able to help slow the development of your child’s myopia by limiting screen time. Modern entertainment revolves almost exclusively looking at digital screens, and this may have a negative impact on your child’s vision. If myopia is allowed to develop, it can significantly affect the quality of your child’s vision.

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Find Effective Myopia Control Today

If you believe you or your child may be experiencing vision problems, book an appointment with our optometrist today. Their input can set you on the right track for clear eyesight.

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Our office is conveniently located at #101, 30 Gibson Drive in Alderland Centre, just an East-bound turn off Warden Road. To help serve you better, there is plenty of parking available just behind our practice.

We offer great hours for your convenience. We are open until 7:00 PM on Wednesdays and offer Saturday appointments.

Address

30 Gibson Dr #101
Markham, ON L3R 2S3

Contact Information

Phone: 905.940.2015
[email protected]

Hours of Operations

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
11 AM6:30 PM
Wednesday
11 AM7 PM
Thursday
11 AM2 PM
Friday
10 AM6 PM
Saturday
9:30 AM3 PM
Sunday
Closed

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