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Can Vision Problems Affect Your Child's Life?

Self-esteem And Vision Health

While many vision problems are first suspected in a school setting or learning environment when a child has difficulty with reading, writing, math, or engages in disruptive classroom behavior, vision problems can also significantly affect the child’s life outside of school.

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The Secrets To Having A Great Vision

Follow These Easy 5 Tips

Mom used to tell us the eat lots of carrots. She said that would give us pretty eyes, or wait, was it good eyes? Well, she wasn’t really off the mark that much. She knew carrots were good for us, but maybe she didn’t exactly know why. There are many secrets to having great vision and we will cover some of them, even the carrots mom wanted us to eat.

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Say Goodbye To Your Glasses

We Have The Solution For You!

This is a revolutionary non-surgical procedure that eliminates the need for glasses or daytime contact lenses. It improves vision by gently reshaping your eye WHILE YOU SLEEP using specially designed therapeutic contact lenses. You just put the specially fitted lenses in at bedtime, and when you awake, you will have clear, sharp, natural vision for your waking hours.

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4 Eye Health Myths: Debunked

Treat Your Eyes Like Your Two Best Friends

In between dead grass and snow puddles, we'll soon glimpse the first signs of spring: Butter-colored daffodils, perking their petals and welcoming us to sunnier times. These flowers are such an inspiring sight to see that we'll likely forget the two eyes that actually, well, saw it.

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Screen Kid's Internet Habits

To Prevent Vision Problems

Parents have two more items to add to their back-to-school checklist: an eye check for their children and a review of their computer workstation for possible causes of eye strain.

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Tips to Help Kids Overcome Fear of Doctors

Make Their Visits Fun!

No child loves going to the doctor, but some kids are downright petrified. It's no surprise, considering that most kids don't like being handled by an unfamiliar person, let alone the fact that there's a chance they might get shots. Here are tips on how to help your little one feel a little safer and calmer during his next visit.

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Specialized Uses of Contact Lenses

Orthokeratology (Ortho-K)

Orthokeratology, or Ortho-K, is a lens fitting procedure that uses specially designed rigid gas permeable (RGP) contact lenses to change the curvature of the cornea to temporarily improve the eye’s ability to focus on objects. This procedure is primarily used for the correction of myopia (nearsightedness).

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What Are Scleral Lenses?

What Do They Do?

The design and manufacture of scleral lenses has been a story of technological development significant for improvement in comfort, material, and affinity for the ocular surface.

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Preparing Your Child for an Eye Exam

A Trip To The Doctor

A trip to the doctor, any kind of doctor, can feel a child with anxiety and worry as they anticipate what is going to happen during their visit. A visit to the eye doctor is no different for many children, some of whom are very vocal about their reservations, and others who feel silently nervous about what to expect.

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Get Your Ortho-K Lenses

Visit Us In Pediatric Eye Clinic

Orthokeratology is a non-surgical treatment that uses precise, specially shaped contact lenses to temporarily reshape the cornea in order to eliminate nearsightedness or myopia so that you can see better at distance without wearing eyeglasses or regular contact lenses throughout the day.

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Smartphones Could Detect Eye Cancer

Can It Detect Retinoblastoma?

You might have heard of this trick before, but take note — it’s literally a lifesaver. Retinoblastoma is a rare type of aggressive eye cancer that almost exclusively affects young children. It develops as a tumor in the retina but can be diagnosed with just a smartphone.

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Bring Your Child For An Eye Exam

Pediatric Eye Clinic: (713) 772-6567

Eye exams for children are extremely important. Experts say 5 percent-10 percent of pre-schoolers and 25 percent of school-aged children have vision problems. Early identification of a child's vision problem is crucial because, if left untreated, some childhood vision problems can cause permanent vision loss.

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Eyes A Window Into Your Health

Forget about the old saying, instead learn the new saying - Our eyes are the window to your health!

Eyes, which have the only exposed blood vessels in the body, can tell a lot about a person’s general health.
Because of this, they play an increasingly important role in identifying health problems.

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Scleral Lenses

Only At Pediatric Eye Clinic

If you've been told in the past that you cannot wear contact lenses because of your cornea or other issues,, you may want to get a second opinion and ask us about scleral contact lenses.

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Vision And Sport Performance

The Impact Of Vision Problems

Vision may be the most variable and selective of all the senses. Attempting to observe fast movements that occur in sport places great demands on human vision.

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How Fireworks Can Damage Your Eyes

Take Precautions

It is the Holiday Season and that means parties and fireworks will be taking up most of America’s time. But a new study shows that flying debris from the explosion of your firework may be more dangerous to the eye, than the power of the explosion itself.

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Vision Problems Can Affect School Behavior

Find Out If Your Kid Needs Help

Some children’s behavioral problems in school can be attributed to undiagnosed vision issues. Vision and learning are linked so strongly that if a child has an unknown visual obstacle, it can produce conduct such as:

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Ortho-K Underwater

The Solution For Your Swimmer

Contact lenses and swimming pool water don't mix. In fact any kind of water from hot tubs to showers or even tap water should never come into contact with contact lenses.

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Parent Hacks: Your Kids And Glasses

Follow The Advice From Experts

Finding out your child needs to wear glasses can be upsetting and overwhelming -- even if you suspected an eye issue. Moms and dads who have been through it recommend finding a pediatric ophthalmologist you and your child are both comfortable with (since you'll seeing her regularly), as well as connecting with other parents online or in your community to share tips and experiences.

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Benefits of Vision Correction with Contact Lenses

Enjoy Your Vision

Wearing contact lenses has many potential benefits. To get the most out of your contact lens-wearing experience, be sure to always practice healthy habits and remember that all types of contact lenses—even cosmetic lenses that don’t correct vision but change the color or look of the eye—are medical devices that need to be prescribed by an eye doctor.

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Maintain Your Child's Vision Healthy

Learn What You Can Do

Children are not just small adults. Their entire physiology is unique and that includes their eyes. Vision is something that we have a little when we are born, but our eyes and visual system grows and continues to develop well into our childhood years. Here are some expert advice to help your child see well and function fully while growing up.

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Winter Eye Care Tips

Protect Your Kids This Winter

Winter Eye Care Tips

There are new and different reasons to protect your eyes during the winter. Here are a few ways you can combat the effects of cold weather and dry air on your eyes.

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Controlling Nearsightedness in Children

Houston Myopia Treatment

Myopia (nearsightedness) is a common vision problem affecting children who can see well up close, while distant objects are blurred. Nearsighted children tend to squint to see distant objects such as the board at school. They also tend to sit closer to the television to see it more clearly.

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