It’s important to make sure potential vision problems are detected early. That’s why we recommend a comprehensive eye examination for children at 3 years of age, before starting kindergarten, and annually thereafter. If your child does need eyeglasses or contacts, we will thoroughly consider all options and will recommend the best alternatives for your child.
If your child loses or breaks their glasses, we’ve got you covered.
Our Kid’s Promise Warranty gives parents peace of mind.
Our doctors use techniques and equipment to test your child’s basic vision, eye movement, eye health, and also to detect a significant refractive error. These evaluations are much more focused than screenings done in the pediatrician’s office or schools and include treatment plans if problems are detected. While vision screenings are important, they only test for 20-30% of vision problems that may interfere with learning.
Yes parents, contact lenses are safe for children! Contact lenses are much safer and more convenient than in previous years, making them a great option for your youngster. Disposable and Daily Replacement contacts remove the worry of losing lenses. Our Daily Replacement lenses allow for a new lens each day with no care systems to worry about. Personal appearance and self-esteem are important factors in a child’s development and many kids are thrilled with the idea of not wearing glasses. Contacts are a great option for sports and other activities. An easy, in-office, free trial can tell us if a child is ready.
Preschool age children might have vision problems, even if they have never complained about it. There are a handful of signs the AOA recommends looking for in young children that might indicate a problem. These include: