Myopia Management

For many years, people have ignored myopia or nearsightedness. But the rapid, continuous growth makes this epidemic virtually impossible to disregard. In fact, it’s estimated that myopia will affect about 50% of the world population by 2050. That’s something to pay attention to, especially because myopia can lead to blindness.

Although it is viewed as a refractive disorder, myopia requires more than just single-vision spectacles. Myopia management has become more crucial than ever. This disease has the potential to cause irreversible vision loss. Take the time to understand myopia and how you can control it on the E Eye Place blog.

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