Orthokeratology Specialists Publish Book On Myopia Control Lenses Reviews Costs & Side Effects

April 27 01:21 2017
Parents can now use 100% natural vision correcting treatment called Orthokeratology or Corneal Refractive Therapy for children with myopia and astigmatism. More information on this alternative to Lasik eye surgery is available at www.thesmartparentsguide.com
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Parents struggling with their kids who wear glasses are raving about Dr. Mark Page’s new book about his safe and natural Orthokeratology and Corneal Refractive Therapy.

Most eyeglasses and contact lenses are not welcome by most kids but OrthoK therapy provides fast soothing relief from blurry vision, and it’s easy to administer.

This overnight vision correction provides both an alternative to near-sightedness or myopia and can be an effective treatment for astigmatism. Children with blurry vision can experience clear focus within a matter of days. With regular application at night the blurry vision may never return.

Myopia is growing at an alarming rate. Over 10 million children in the US currently need glasses to see the board at school and over 400,000 new cases develop every year. Children who spend a lot of time playing computer games and staying indoors can be especially vulnerable. Children of Asian descent seem to be more susceptible to myopia.

Why worry about myopia? Myopia is very common. The prevalance of myopia is increasing. The severity of myopia is increasing. Myopia has a substantial economic and emotional burden. Myopia can limit career choices. Myopia can interfere with learning. Myopia is a leading cause of permanent vision loss that can lead to blindness. Myopia continues to progress as children age. The increase can cause more blur and increase the risk of long term damage because the eye keeps getting longer and the inside of the eyes stretch. This stretching can lead to serious eye problems like cataracts, glaucoma, retinal detachments and myopic maculopathy.

Parents ususaly spot myopia when their child is squinting or sits very close to the TV. However, some children do not display any symptoms in the early stages. A professional eye exam with a licensed Optometrist or Ophthalmologist is recommended for all children, even if they think they see fine.

One young patient started needing glasses at 5 years of age. She also hated wearing glasses that the eye doctor prescribed. They kept sliding down her nose and falling off, and they even broke several times and new ones had to be purchased at additional cost. The glasses affected her confidence and interfered with her enjoyment of athletic activities.

The parents were amazed when their child started using Orthokeratology. Their child liked not having to wear the glasses and it was obvious their child was getting almost instant relief from this completely natural vision correction. Her confidence and self esteem soared overnight.

Now, their child is free from glasses and able to do sommersaults and swing and jump in the swimming pool and enjoy being a child. The corresponding pain and discomfort from wearing glasses are completely gone.

Other parents share similar stories of rapid and long term relief for their children from blurry vision and astigmatism. And this therapy is safe and effective for a range of different prescriptions including hyperopia and presbyopia.

Now several parents are also benefiting from this new technology as well.

More information on Orthokeratology and Corneal Refractive Therapy to treat blurry vision is available at their website www.thesmartparentsguide.com

A portion of the proceeds will be going to the Foundation for Blind Children.

For more information go to: www.seeitourway.org

Additional information about Orthokeratology can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orthokeratology

Here is a link to purchase the book: https://www.amazon.com/Smart-Parents-Guide-Child-Better-ebook/dp/B07113LVQS/ref=zg_bs_157137011_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=57FH058Z2AG0NPXEH9XT

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Company Name: Arizona’s Vision
Contact Person: Dr. Mark Page
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 480-725-7234
Country: United States
Website: http://www.arizonasvision.com/

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