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Children's Vision Declining at Record Pace with Widespread Progressive Myopia

Excessive use of smart devices is making kids severely nearsighted, at younger and younger ages than ever before. Learn how we can help save your kids' vision from further deterioration and focus on healthy vision development.

Nearsightedness, known as myopia, makes it difficult to see objects far away and is caused when images are focused in front of the retina.

Farsightedness, known as hyperopia, makes it difficult to see objects that are close and is caused when images are focused behind the retina. Both nearsightedness and farsightedness can be treated with corrective lenses such as glasses or contact lenses.

If you are experiencing trouble seeing objects that are far away or close up, contact us today.

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We’ll prescribe proper screen-time

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Dr. Carey A. Patrick

Dr. Carey A. Patrick is Board Certified in Therapeutic Optometry by the American Board of Optometry. She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Houston and her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She is an active volunteer in both her community and in her profession. Dr. Patrick is currently serving on the Texas Optometry Board, a position of public trust to which Texas Governor Greg Abbott appointed her in 2015. In this position, Dr. Patrick protects the public and guides doctors of optometry in ethical performance of their duties and responsibilities as healthcare providers.

Dr. Patrick has served the profession of optometry by appointment to the Third Party Executive Committee of the American Optometric Association whose mission is coordinating and negotiating professional optometrists’ participation in medical insurance, state-funded insurance and private insurance programs. She has also served as Director of the Texas Optometric Association, as Chair of the Texas Third Party Committee, Chair of the Texas Public Health Committee and is past- President of the Northeast Texas Optometric Society. She is active in the American Optometric Association, Pediatric and Binocular Vision Council, the AOA Cornea and Contact Lens Specialty Section and the Ocular Nutrition Society.


Myopia in children increases when parents are myopic. The likelihood of children developing myopia increases:

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