Lehigh Valley Optometrists
Lehigh Valley Optometry - Eye Surgery
Bethlehem Eye Care Associates
"Primary Family Eye Care"
Including Pediatric and Geriatric Care
Contact Lens Specialists Refractive Laser Surgery Consultant
Board Certified Treatment of Ocular Disease
547 Main Street Bethlehem, PA.
Easton Optical Co.
"The Eyeware Professionals"
Complete Optical service, Eye Examinations available
2800 Nazareth Road, Easton, PA.
Allentown Vision Center PC
939 E. Hamilton Street, Allentown, PA.
Neil S. Boderman
Primary Eye Care, Contact Lenses
Laser Correction Consultant
3131 College Heights Blvd, Allentown, PA.
Shepherd Hills Eye Care Center
5940 Hamilton Blvd, Wescosville, PA.
Eye Examinations for Adults and Children
New Patients Welcome
Optometrist Eye Tips
Do YOU need to have your eyes examined?
Simple answer? Probably, but it depends on your age and the health of your eyes. For a healthy person with no diagnosed visual problems, optometrists recommend an examination every year or two.
Babies should have their first examination around the age of six months. Your optometrist will be testing your child’s ability to focus and see clearly at all distances, depth perception, colour vision, astigmatism and any eye muscle problems and more. Assuming no problems, the next exam should take place around the age of three, then once more just before starting school. Older, school-aged children should be examined annually.
If you think your child might be having vision problems, some of the signs to look for include:
sitting close to television
he or she avoids reading or looking at picture books
covering one eye when looking at something up close
complains about headaches, especially after school and these problems disappear on weekends.
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