We are proud to be one of the only local optometrists on the Gold Coast to offer state of the art technology to measure axial length.
What is Axial length?
Why is measuring axial length important in Myopia?
It is important to measure axial length so we are not only able to closely monitor the progression of myopia but also to ensure treatments are effectively controlling progression.
How often should you have your axial length measured?
Our optometrists measure axial length at your initial diagnosis of myopia and then every 6 months from then to monitor progression and assess the effectiveness of your myopia control treatment.
For more information about measuring axial length or to have your child's myopia assessed please book an appointment.