Myopia is diagnosed by having a full eye exam at the eye doctor’s office. The doctor will dilate the eyes, get the refraction, and will estimate what the patient needs and what prescription patient needs to be wearing in order to see clear. So after the patient is being diagnosed, most often, doctor prefers to see that patient every three to six months to make sure they’re not progressing in their myopia. If the progression is happening, the patient is going to be put into a treatment. One of the treatments is either soft lenses, MiSight lenses, Ortho-K lenses, or atropine drops to slow down or stop the progression of the myopia.