Pinehouse Eyecare
227 Primrose Dr Saskatoon SK S7K 7C2 (306) 242-4186
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(306) 803-5778

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Saskatoon, SK / (306) 242-4186

Controlling the Future of Myopia

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a condition that affects both children and adults. Since myopia is a progressive condition, kids with nearsightedness often have much worse eyesight by the time they are an adult. Myopia control allows us to successfully slow the progression of this disorder.

Nearsightedness

This condition is caused by an elongated eyeball or steep cornea, creating a focal point that is in front of the retina. Objects near the eyes can be focused on, while anything far away is blurry. It is extremely common and only becoming more prevalent in school-aged children.

Myopia in the Classroom

Children rely on their eyesight for learning. Myopia makes it difficult for them to see the front of the classroom. Single vision glasses and contacts can fix the distance vision but creates strain for near vision. An eye exam with an optometrist can identify vision problems early on, giving your child the best opportunity to control their myopia.

There is no cure for nearsightedness, but we can slow or halt progression.

Myopia Control

Controlling myopia could change the future of the condition. Proper myopia control has been proven to slow the progression by half. The most effective method to impede nearsightedness is by reducing eye strain.

Multifocal Lenses

Both multifocal contacts and multifocal glasses are made with a gradient prescription. When focusing on far away objects the vision is corrected to allow clearer vision. Alternatively, the prescription in the area used to focus on objects close-up is less strong, allowing the eyes to use their natural focusing abilities.

Ask an optometrist if myopia control could work for you or your child.

Visit Our Office

Come visit us! Our practice is located on the corner of Pinehouse and Primrose, near Lawson Heights Mall and the Lawson Civic Centre.

Saskatoon Cityscape

Address

Pinehouse Eyecare
100-227 Primrose Drive,
Saskatoon, SK, S7K 5E4

Contact Number

Phone: (306) 242-4186
After Hours: (306)-371-9911
Email: [email protected]

Hours of Operation

Monday:8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday:8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday:8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday:8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday:Closed, but we’d be happy to see you at Stonebridge Eyecare!
Sundays:Closed
Holidays:Closed