Myopia Diagnosis, Treatment, & Control in Aurora, CO

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Clear Vision is Within Your Sight

As part of our comprehensive eye exams, we evaluate your eyes for refractive errors, including myopia (nearsightedness), using a standard letter chart, and other visual acuity tests. Depending on whether or not you have a refractive error, we may also use tools like a retinoscope to determine if you are nearsighted or farsighted, or a phoropter to see what power of lens is required to correct your vision.

Myopia Control Methods

The best method for slowing the progression of myopia depends on your unique situation and lifestyle. We can help find the best solution for you to help make life a little easier.

Usually, we’ll prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses to provide you with clear vision. We may also suggest ortho-K contact lenses or prescription eye drops.

Additionally, we offer laser eye surgery consultations to see if refractive surgery can correct your myopia permanently.

If you have myopia, we’ll use an instrument called a corneal topographer to measure the surface of your cornea and design a lens that fits your eye perfectly.

Ortho-K lenses work by gently flattening your cornea, changing the way light enters the eye and temporarily improving your vision. They are designed to be worn overnight and removed in the morning so that you can enjoy clear, crisp vision all day long without the need for glasses or contact lenses.

For our pediatric patients, low-dose atropine drops can help slow the progression of myopia. Although your child will likely still need contact lenses or glasses, this treatment can help keep their prescription low.

For more information about myopia control, and to find a solution to suit your needs, please book an appointment.

Insurance Accepted

At Envision, we accept many insurance plans such as major government insurance plans (Medicare, Medicaid and Tricare), most private insurance plans (United Health, Humana, Anthem BCBS, Atena) and key vision plans (VSP, Spectera and EyeMed).

We request that you provide details of your insurance at scheduling so that we may serve you better by checking your eligibility ahead of time. Please bring your insurance cards with you to your appointment.

Visit Our Office

Our practice is conveniently located at the intersection between S Parker Rd and E Belleview Ave, just across the street from the Goodwill.


5001 S Parker Rd. #204
Aurora, CO 80015


Phone: 720-507-7004
Text: 720-401-7180
[email protected]


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Our Services

We offer both routine and comprehensive eye exams to detect vision problems and keep your eyes healthy. We use the latest in advanced instrumentation – such as OCT and Visual Field Analyzers – to detect certain diseases.

Adult & Senior Eye Exams

It is important to have support when you are dealing with different eye conditions, and that’s why we offer complete diagnosis’ and co-management of eye diseases for your knowledge and comfort.

Eye Disease Diagnosis & Management

Dry eyes can be managed with a variety of different treatments. We want to make sure that you find a treatment that works best for you, so don’t hesitate to book an appointment today!

Dry Eye Therapy

Contact lenses can be difficult to manage for specialized conditions or new users. We offer contact lens exams and fittings to ensure you are comfortable and knowledgeable about your new lenses.

Contact Lens Exams, Fittings, & Brands
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Svetlana Lobyan
Svetlana Lobyan
16:24 27 May 23
I am so lucky I came across a Google listing of envision eye care. They have one of the nicest offices I have been to, along with very friendly staff and thorough exams. My family has a history of eye disease so I am very picky with the offices I trust with my eyes and I definitely feel at peace coming to this office. I have been visiting this office for 3 years now and recommend it to all my friends and family.
Rosalie Masoero-Palmer
Rosalie Masoero-Palmer
19:29 11 May 23
On April 26th, I was scheduled for the same routine eye exam at Envision Eyecare. An Exam I have received without issue for 20+ years, all over the country. I was unable to be examined because the exam room did not accommodate my wheelchair. This is a fact. I was told – very politely – by your front office staff that I could not be seen from my wheelchair. This is a fact. When I pushed back on the staff, they went to the back to talk to Doctor Jeong. The doctor did not return with the staffer, the staffer returned with a message for me that if I was unable to transfer into the chair, I could not receive my exam. This is a fact. I did not pursue this any further – the doctor had been consulted, why would I continue to waste everyone’s time? No one offered to assist me into the chair, like you seem to think. That is a fact. I decided I was not interested in forcing you to take my money. Instead, I left the office. I stayed in the hallway outside of your office, crying. I called my spouse to pick me up and shared my experience with them and later my friends.I do not desire to defame your business. My goal is to share my perspective, so you have adequate knowledge to *make improvements* to your office, when possible. Individuals with disabilities are a minority group whose needs are often not met because there is no system for improving inaccessible businesses. The onus then falls on people with disabilities, which exhausts us and prompts us to simply take our business elsewhere. After 34 years of experiencing this, I have decided I will do my best to voice my concerns, politely, from now on. This is hard for me, but I do it in hopes of improving the businesses I experience. If you are within minimal standards for the state, and that is good enough for your business, that is your right; however, you have now been told that these minimal standards exclude a large portion of the disabled population. You must now decide if you will use this information to improve your business over time, or not.When I shared my experience with my friends and family, they came to my defense. I did not write a review – until now. Instead, I reached out to JK and Dr. Jeong directly, via email, on April 28th. It is now May 11th, and all of the reviews from my friends have received defensive public replies, but you have not responded to me. This seems to be your chief complaint in my visit to your office. I did not continue to engage with you in person, as I was very emotional and no effort was made on the part of the doctor to engage with me. So, I emailed you. I did this to share my experience, calmly, in hopes that you will see that your current approach is not inclusive and needs to be amended. Perhaps you are meeting minimum standards for accessibility, but would you accept minimum standards in terms of eyecare? Likely not. I encourage you to take this feedback and remember it the next time you discuss whether or not it is financially or morally worth it to obtain a retractable exam chair. I hope you will then choose more than the minimum standards, and truly embrace a business model of caring for all people.I am not interested in continuing this conversation and I will not respond to additional comments. On April 27th, I resumed my search for an eye exam and located (easily) accessible, accommodating, kind, eyecare from businesses who strove to select equipment and offices which allow for more than the minimum standard of accessibility.
Martha Cearley
Martha Cearley
16:46 11 May 23
I would not patronize a business that does not treat its clients with dignity and respect. A friend of mine, who uses a wheelchair, recently had what should have been a routine eye examination appointment with Envision Eyecare. Instead, she left their office within five minutes of her arrival because, through their non-compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), they would not provide service. They compounded this failure by acting in a disrespectful manner to her and minimizing her dignity. Specifically, when she arrived, the first thing they asked her was, “do you have an assistant?” as though a person with disabilities is unable to function independently in society. The office told her that they had no clients with disabilities, a clear indication that they are unable to treat all people and certainly unable to comply with federally mandated requirements for providing professional services. Their exam room is too small to accommodate a wheelchair or provide space for a transfer to the examination chair. Their examination equipment is on a moveable arm which could have made it possible to conduct an examination without a transfer except that, once again, the room was too small to accommodate a wheelchair. The doctor was made aware of these issues and apparently chose not to resolve any issues or even meet with my friend to work to a possible solution. Under the ADA, a private entity may not deny the opportunity to access services to clients with disabilities. Unfortunately, this is exactly what Envision Eyecare chose to do and, because of this, I urge you not to do business with a provider who illegally chooses to discriminate against persons with disabilities.
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