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Myopia is a common type of refractive error in which close objects are clearly seen but distant objects are blurred.

Causes of Myopia

Most myopia is caused by a natural change in the shape of the eyeball. This causes the light to focus in front of the retina and not directly on the retina. Myopia is usually hereditary. It is likely that a child is short-sighted if one or both parents are.


You will be determined if you have myopia by a standard vision test, where you are asked to read the letters in a box placed at the other end of the room.

Treatment of Myopia

Thanks to today’s advanced techniques it is easier than ever to improve nearsightedness permanently in most cases and reduce or completely eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses.

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