20/20 vision is accepted as the “normal distance vision” for a human. 20/20 vision means you can read certain letters on a Snellen chart clearly at 20 feet. 20/15 would be better than 20/20 and 20/30 would be worse.
We recommend always removing your glasses with both hands, storing them in your glasses case when not being worn and always using a good quality lens cleaner along with a soft towel. Do not use your shirt, paper towels or even toilet paper as these can damage your lenses.
No, if you would like to have a contact lens exam please inform us prior to your appointment.
That depends on how responsible your child is. It is important to take care of your contact lenses as well as your eyes when wearing contacts. Based on your opinion as a parent we can make a decision.
We recommend that every child has a comprehensive eye examination by the age of 3.
Eye dilation is required for your eye doctor to effectively see the back of your eye which is helpful in diagnosing a variety of eye problems, conditions, and diseases.