Wilken Family Eye Care’s mission is to provide the highest standard of service and quality in eye care and eye wear by utilizing technology, personal attention and integrity. We strive to form lifelong relationships by keeping the patient’s best interest in mind.

We hope you will allow our family to become part of yours by trusting us with all your eye care needs.

Stephanie Wilken, OD Receives 2016, 2017 and 2019 Best Optometrist by Best of Coppell Award Program.

Myopia (Nearsightedness)

Known more commonly as nearsightedness, myopia affects about a third of the population. It is characterized by difficulty seeing objects at a distance while experiencing ease seeing up close.

If you are suffering from this condition you may find yourself squinting or straining while driving. This is a condition that typically worsens over time, so if you have previously been diagnosed and are experiencing these symptoms, you may need to have another eye examination to determine if you need an updated prescription.

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Myopia is caused by an elongated eyeball, which causes light rays to contact the retina in the front rather than on its surface as it does in a healthy eye. Treatment for this condition is effective with glasses or contact lenses and eye surgery can also be utilized for a permanent fix of the problem. Additionally, many patients have found success with othokeratology, which is a non-surgical procedure designed to reshape the cornea using special contact lenses.

If you have been diagnosed with myopia and are once again experiencing symptoms or feel that you may have this condition, our optometrists are here to assist you with a comprehensive eye care and effective treatment options.

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