You may think there’s nothing wrong with your child’s eyesight. You may even take it for granted that everything is fine, particularly because you hear no complaints from your child. But vision problems in young ones can present a special challenge, impacting their social interactions and academic performance. That’s why it’s important for parents to be vigilant and to recognize the potential warning signs in their child and seek a professional evaluation.
At the office of Georgia Vision Center, our warm and friendly team is skilled in working with children of all ages. With our state-of-the art diagnostics, we will evaluate your child’s vision to determine whether there is a problem that needs intervention.
Typically, children should have their first eye exam when they’re six months old, then again at age 3, and then at about age 5 or 6. School-aged children should have an eye exam at least every two years if no vision correction is required. Children who need eyeglasses should be examined on a yearly basis.
Signs your child may need glasses:
Committed to your child’s vision health
At the office of Georgia Vision Center, our skilled team brings years of professional experience and are highly qualified to evaluate and treat children’s eye problems. We invite you to visit our office, talk to our professionals, and we assure you that your child’s vision will be in the best of hands. For more information, give us a call today
By Georgia Vision Center
December 28, 2020