hudj h 03/27/2015 Can you imagine your day without glasses and contacts? OrthoKeratology is a way to be able to correct your vision while you are sleeping. This also has been known to slow the progression of myopia. In simple terms, myopia progression is demonstrated by the need for your glasses to get thicker and stronger as you get older. For myopia control, OrthoKeratology lenses may stop this progression if begun at an early age. This website offers some insight on exactly how the NightLens may be good for you! Call our office for an appointment. Dr. Lisa Davis our WAVE and CRT (Corneal Refractive Therapy) Certified Practitioner will be able to determine if you are a candidate.
News The Case for Myopia Control Now A recent article from Refractive Eyecare talks about myopia (nearsightedness) and the common progression of it through childhood.  The most recent research has shown that there may be ways to slow down or stop the progression with Orthokeratology being the most effective option.  You can click on the link above to read the full article  and if you have any further questions about Ortho-k you can schedule an appointment to get more information. What Every Contact Lens Wearer Needs to Know (But Afraid to Ask)” questions-answers-eye-health_n_3950593.html A Fresh Look at Myopia Protocol A recent article in Contact Lens Spectrum addresses myopia (nearsighted) control and how we are treating it.  There have been some recent studies suggesting the Orthokeratology may have an increased role in helping to decrease the progression of myopia.  Click on the link above to read the full article and if you have any questions about Ortho-K and how it may relate to your vision feel free to schedule an appointment to get more information. Optos featured in the Wall Street Journal Online The Optomap was featured in the online version of the Wall Street Journal on August 14, 2012.  We have been offering the Optomap to our patients for over five years and really see the benefit.  To read the article click here and if you want more information about the Optomap itself click here. 05/09/2014 Lasik Options: Lasik is an optional procedure for patients. Everyone is not a good candidate. Please schedule and a complete eye exam and ask your doctor if you are a good candidate for Lasik. There are pros and cons with every vision correction option including glasses, orthokeratology, daytime contact lenses, surgery and Lasik surgery. Please see the link below. © Davis Eye Associates 2014 Davis Eye Associates Progressive Family Optometry & Contacts   Whether you require a prescription for new glasses or contact lenses, a thorough examination, specialized treatment for eye disorders or pre/post surgical eye care, we are here for you.  You can trust that we will treat you like we would want to be treated while utilizing progressive, cutting edge techniques. State-of-the-art service...personalized care Made with Xara