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Pediatric eye exams are often indicated when a child fails a vision screening at school or during an annual wellness exam with their pediatrician. A comprehensive eye exam can facilitate diagnosis of visual problems and detect issues with ocular health.
Vision plays a major role in how your child interacts with their environment, how they learn and it contributes to proper development. Children with visual symptoms may not verbalize these issues as they do not have a reference point to determine what should be considered abnormal. Undetected vision conditions or ocular disease can limit a child's performance at school, in sports or socially.
If you or your pediatrician suspect any issues with your child's vision or ocular health, please contact us for a prompt and thorough evaluation.