As one of the five senses, vision is an important part of your child’s
growth. If your child is in school and unable to see the information that is
presented visually, they may be at risk of having their academic performance
Be sure that your child gets routine eye exams to detect any signs of
nearsightedness, farsightedness and/or astigmatism so that any
treatment may be addressed early on with eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Routine exams also make sure that your child has healthy eyes, important
for their vision development.
Important milestones for your child’s exams are:
- An exam performed at six months by a pediatrician to ensure
that the eyes are working together during these early years
- At the age of three as a follow up exam to track developmental
- And again when they begin school to ensure that detect vision
problems that may interfere with their learning process
Ensure the health of your child’s eyes and feel free to contact our
office to schedule an eye exam with one of our doctors in Boston today. We will
gladly answer any of your questions and provide you with the best
treatment options available to you and your child.
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