Myopia Control in Central Texas

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Clearing up Blurry Vision

Blurry vision can be challenging to deal with, and at Central Texas Eye Center, we want to help provide solutions to your blurry vision problems.

Myopia, also known as nearsightedness, is a vision condition that makes distant objects blurry. Our experienced team understands and is familiar with myopia control and wants to help you achieve sharper vision once again.

Contact us to learn more about myopia and our treatments to help manage and control it. 

A Closer Look at Myopia

Myopia only applies to distant objects—nearby objects can still be seen clearly. A routine eye exam with our doctors can help diagnose and confirm myopia and explore your treatment options.

Myopia occurs when your eyeball is longer than normal or when your cornea is curved too steeply. When this happens, the light that should be focused on your retina focuses in front of your retina.

Some common symptoms of myopia can include:

  • Blurry vision when looking at distant objects
  • Eye strain
  • Having to squint often
  • Headaches

If you have mild myopia, you may not notice any symptoms at all. Regular eye exams can help detect myopia, and from there, you’ll be able to explore your treatment options.

Managing Your Myopia

Managing myopia is a combination of treatment methods to help ease the effects of the eye condition. Prescription glasses and contact lenses can help to restore your vision. In some cases, refractive surgery such as LASIK may be an option. 

MiSight contact lenses are easy to fit, single-use lenses that are clinically proven to slow the progression of myopia when prescribed for children between 8 to 12 years old.

The MiSight lenses slow the elongation of your eye that’s involved in the myopia progression process and reduce the risk of myopia-related vision later in life.

For more information on how MiSight can help you, get in contact with us and book an appointment today.

Corneal topography is a vision-related photography technique that maps the surface of your cornea. It works as a 3D map of your eye to help our team find distortions and irregularities in your cornea.

Corneal topography can help us diagnose myopia and determine the next steps in managing your myopia. The scan only takes a few seconds but may require more scans to map your whole eye.

Helping You Control Myopia

At Central Texas Eye Center, our goal is to prevent myopia from affecting your quality of life and slowing you down. Our experienced team provides solutions and treatments to help manage your myopia. 

Contact us to book an appointment to explore how we can help you deal with your myopia.

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Where to find us

San Marcos

We’re right off Interstate Highway 35, not far from Chisos Street. If you have any difficulty finding us, please get in touch with our team.

  • 2430 IH 35 S. Suite 106
  • San Marcos, TX 78666

New Braunfels

Our office is located right at the intersection of North Walnut Avenue and Howard Street. Plenty of parking is available in our lot out front.

  • 1099 N. Walnut Ave.
  • New Braunfels, TX 78130


We enjoy our rural setting in Wimberley. Find us near the corner of Sabino Ranch Road and Ranch Road 12 in the Wimberley Mountain Plaza.

  • 14500 Ranch Rd. 12
  • Wimberley, TX 78676
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