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We recommend yearly eye examinations for school age children.
Schools and pediatricians do vision screenings, but a screening is NOT a full eye examination.
If there is a vision, eye muscle, or retinal concern in children, it is best to catch it early.
Amblyopia (lazy eye) is an especially common condition, which, if left untreated, will likely leave someone with LIFELONG un-correctable blurry vision.
CHECK YEARLY to SEE CLEARLY!
Don't forget U.V. protection for your child's eyes!