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Recommended eye examination frequency for pediatric patients

Asymptomatic / low risk:

At 6 to 12 months of age

At least once between 3 and 5 years of age

Before first grade and annually thereafter

symptomatic AT-risk:

At 6 to 12 months of age

At least once between 3 and 5 years of age or as recommended

Before first grade and as recommended thereafter

Childrens Vision Issues Red Flags

Squinting, headaches, and trouble reading the blackboard are all obvious signs of vision issues in children. But it’s equally important to keep an eye out for the not-so-obvious signs that can often be mislabeled as behavioral problems or learning disabilities.

If you’ve noticed any of the red flags above, it’s important to take action before symptoms progress. Schedule an appointment with our friendly and professional Optometrists today and see the difference we can make in your child’s quality of life.

Did you know

School screenings
miss up to

0 %
of children with
vision problems
1 IN 0
School-age
children
have vision
disorder

School screenings

comprise of less than

0 %
of the information
generated during a
comprehensive eye exam

TOP CHILDREN’S VISION ISSUES

The extent to which a child is at risk for the development of eye and vision problems determines the appropriate re-evaluation schedule. Children with ocular signs and symptoms require a prompt, comprehensive examination. Furthermore, the presence of certain risk factors may necessitate more frequent examinations based on professional judgment.

Don’t wait, contact us today and let our friendly and professional Optometrists examine your child’s vision and create a custom treatment plan if needed.