Please find below the answers to common questions that you may have:
When should I get my child’s eyes checked?
The time to do it is as early as six months old because studies say that as many as 10% of pre-school aged and younger children will suffer from visual irregularities that require intervention in order to be corrected. Since the experience of vision is still a relatively new concept to children of that age, they may be unable to properly communicate any symptoms making regular visits for eye examinations are key. Remember, the earlier you can ensure your child\’s ocular health, the better.
What to do if my eyes are itchy?
Go and see an optometrist. Do not start taking drops until you consult an optometrist.
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