Myopia, otherwise known as near-sightedness, means that patients can see things clearly up close but objects in the distance are blurry. This is because the length of the eye is longer from front to back and light cannot quite reach the back of the eye to present a clear image.

There is a wide range of myopia. Some patients only need a small correction for night driving, other patients are unable to see someone sitting on the couch beside them. Glasses, contact lenses, and sometimes LASIK are all ways to correct myopia.

Dr. Zamberlan and Dr. Horrocks are well versed in all of the treatment options for myopia and are happy to discuss them with you!


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