Most kids see well.

We begin our pediatric exams at age three, but our pediatric optometrist will be happy to discuss any problems an infant or toddler may be exhibiting.

Our job is to make sure…

  • Visual acuity is age-appropriate
  • Vision is balanced between the eyes. Is one eye lazy or lazier?
  • Tracking is efficient and coordinated
  • Visual memory works. Can he or she remember what they see?

Reading creates images in the mind and not words he or she hears. One way is much slower than the other.

Find the treatment your child needs for pediatric eye problems. Schedule your appointment today.