Pediatric Vision Services
Your Child's Future Is Clear
Regular eye exams are an essential part of keeping both babies, kids and teens on track for educational, social, and developmental success. Children with vision issues often have trouble in school, with sports, interacting with other children and day-to-day functioning. A vision check-up is a great way to keep your child on track for success.
Far Far Away (Nearsightedness)
What’s that in the distance?
Nearsightedness, also known as Myopia, is a refractive disorder where it is challenging to see distant objects, but easy to see objects up close. Symptoms include:
- Blurred vision when looking at a distance
- Eye strain
- Eye fatigue when looking at objects more than a few feet away.
Not only does nearsightedness cause physical...more
Too Close for Comfort (Farsightedness)
Come Close - We have to Tell You Something
Farsightedness, also known as Hyperopia, is another common condition where you can see objects that are far away better than objects up close. When a child has farsightedness the light rays in their eyes will focus behind the retina’s surface instead of directly on it, making close-up objects blurry...more
A Big Blur (Astigmatism)
Let's Clear This Up!
Astigmatism is a common vision condition in which your eye isn’t completely round which can blur objects both near and far due to the eye not being able to focus. Astigmatism in kids can be difficult to diagnose because many kids don’t recognize the blurriness they see and they view it as “normal”. Astigmatism...more
Wandering Eye (Lazy Eye)
Looking Forward to Clear Vision
A lazy eye, also known as Amblyopia, is a vision condition where one of the eyes does not refract light properly causing it to underperform. When a child has a lazy eye the body’s response is to follow the direction of the normally performing eye impacting their depth perception. This condition starts in...more
Seeing Eye to Eye (Cross Eyes)
Looking Forward to Healthy Eyes!
Cross eyes, also known as Stabismus, is a fairly common eye condition in children in which the eyes are not always aligned, meaning one may look in, out, up, or down. There are six muscles that control eye movement, when those muscles are out of sync, cross eyes occur. In about half of...more
Getting your child to wear glasses can be a struggle which is why we carry over 350 Medicaid-approved frames. We’re determined to make every child feel confident when wearing glasses and your child will find the perfect pair to suit their age, size, fashion and lifestyle.
Clear & Concise Insurance Options
No child should struggle with learning due to undetected vision problems. If your child suffers from vision issues we can help. We accept Medicaid and most insurance plans so your children can receive regular vision exams and glasses when needed at little or no cost to parents..Verify your insurance coverage by selecting your state below to see our approved providers....more