As your child changes and grows, their eyesight will grow right along with them. Experts recommend paying careful attention to your children’s visual health during the early developmental stages, as prevention of vision problems can help improve success during school years.
At Main Street Optometry, your children’s visual health is essential to us. We want to ensure that your child is hitting all of their significant visual milestones, keeping their peepers happy and healthy!
It is such a joyous time when our children begin to see and absorb the world surrounding them. As parents, we get to view our lives with a new set of eyes, and that’s a fantastic experience!
Our children depend on our diligence when it comes to their eyesight, and their vision centers require careful monitoring in the early years. Our optometrists recommend that your child’s first eye exam occurs shortly after their first birthday.
Once we have determined your child’s eyes’ overall health, we will make recommendations to help manage any potential eye conditions and decide how often they need to have an eye exam.
Myopia is more commonly known as nearsightedness. It is an eye condition that causes objects in the distance to appear blurry or out of focus. Myopia occurs when the shape of your eye causes light to bend incorrectly, leading to images focusing in the front of your retina.
It is a widespread condition, and experts suspect that half of the world’s population will have symptoms of myopia by 2050.
Our team has experience with managing strabismus and can recommend the right strategy for your child.
We can’t forget the dreaded “pink eye”!
Conjunctivitis is a common eye condition that’s very common among our tiniest patients (and their preschool teachers). There are many different types of conjunctivitis – some of them are highly contagious – but the majority of symptoms are the same:
Treatment will depend on the type of conjunctivitis contracted. Please contact us today if your child has any of these symptoms, and we will recommend the proper treatment.
Our children go through significant developmental stages as they grow, and we want to see them at every milestone. We love to watch our youngest patients grow, and we will be here for them from their first steps all the way to their college graduation!
Our optometrists would love to help you ensure your family’s total vision health is cared for. We will confirm that your child’s eyes are developing correctly and look for early signs of eye disease and conditions.
Book an appointment today, and experience our comfortable, family-focused environment.