Your child’s vision and eye care are crucial in their development and are of utmost importance to us as eye health professionals. From an early/young age, it’s important for your child to have regular eye exams in order to upkeep the best vision possible. During a pediatric eye exam, we may identify and recommend treatment for any potential issues that are present. From vision therapy services, myopia control, contact lens, or any eyeglass questions, we will help you every step of the way.
When you visit our facility, our experienced and friendly staff are more than happy to answer any questions that you may have. We strive to create a fun and professional environment for every family member and most importantly the child.
As a parent, you want to do everything you can to help support your child’s eye health and vision. Despite attempts to ask your child if they are having any visual issues, some children may not be aware they’re dealing with a vision issue at all.
If your child is dealing with vision problems, they might show the following indicators:
Underachieving in school
Tilting their head while reading
Squinting while reading
Covering an eye while reading
Regularly losing their place while reading
Poor athletic performance
Short attention span
Frequent blinking or eye-rubbing
Sitting close to the television
Holding objects or books close to their face
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