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Orthokeratology to remove myopia in children - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   Dr XXXXX
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query
User :   My doaughter is little myopic. Is there a way to control that from increasing and a way to decrease the same?
Doctor :   what is her current visual acuity?
User :   she is now 5 years
Doctor :   How long back was the opthalmologic examination done?
User :   -1.0
User :   Long back
User :   She is using specs
Doctor :   If she did not have check up in last six months she should have a complete eye check up done
Doctor :   As in children the power of spectacles changes very rapidly due to changes in the lens as the child grows
Doctor :   Is the specs she is using is for continous use or for periodic use
Doctor :   Since she is only five years old a treatment known as "Orthokeratology" should be considered as a nonsurgical procedure for reversal of myopia in children.
Doctor :   This procedure can be done for children of her age.For more details on procedure consult a Lasik eye surgeon
Doctor :   Have you followed what i have said
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