Pediatric Examinations




Pediatric Examinations


We recommend eye examinations for all children. Kids do not always know that how they are seeing is not normal. Many children also do not notice if only one eye does not see well, causing them to act normally but have difficulty with depth perception, sports or balance.

  • Is my baby too young for an eye exam?

    InfantSee Evaluation: We can evaluate children as young as 6 months old. This program allows for free eye exams for infants under 1 year of age. The evaluation typically includes the use of eye drops to check the infant’s eye health and need for glasses.

  • At what age should kids have their first eye exam?

    We recommend children having eye exams at 2-3 years of age, at 5 years old before kindergarten, and every year thereafter. Children are constantly growing and changing, so annual comprehensive eye examinations are recommended. Children’s evaluations are tailored to their developmental age. Objective testing is used as well, so you do not have to worry about your child needing to respond.

  • What are signs that my child needs glasses?

    If your child is having any difficulty learning, reading (skipping lines/words) or paying attention in school, consider having a Visual Efficiency Evaluation (Vision Therapy Examinations).

  • Are there exercises or vision therapy to help improve kids vision?

    Depending on the child’s diagnosis, vision therapy can help improve vision

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