We love kids! We know kids, and we know all about their vision and eyes.

Our passion is children’s vision and ensuring that your child develops vision and all of the visual skills necessary for school, sports, and their life journey. If you catch us singing “Wheels on the Bus” while checking your baby’s eyes or giving out “Summit Bucks” for our prize counter, it’s all part of making sure that your child has a blast coming to our office.

More importantly, we are committed to making sure your child has the vision they need for proper development. Vision must develop in infants and children just like speech, motor and other systems. However, often there are not obvious milestones like rolling over, crawling, or a first word to know if a child is on track. Furthermore, according to the American Optometric Association, vision screenings miss up to 60% of children with vision problems. Even if your child passed a school screening or eye chart test at the pediatrician, a comprehensive eye examination is crucial to test for important visual skills like eye tracking, focusing, and teaming.

To detect vision problems that might interfere with development or learning, the American Optometric Association recommends that children receive comprehensive eye and vision exams on a regular schedule beginning in infancy:

  • A comprehensive baseline eye exam between the ages of 6 months and 12 months
  • At least one comprehensive eye exam between the ages of 3 and 5 years to check for any conditions that could have long-term effects
  • An annual, comprehensive eye exam starting before first grade

Baby Vision

Are you wondering how we can evaluate a baby or toddler’s vision before they can talk or identify shapes, letters, or numbers? Let us tell you about infant eye care!

Vision has an enormous impact on motor, cognitive, social, and academic development. A comprehensive visual examination can help ensure that your child’s visual development is on track to support their overall development and enable them to unlock their full potential. Learn more about all of the visual skills that we evaluate in your child’s comprehensive eye examination and what makes us different.