When Should Children Have Their First Eye Exam?

Your child’s vision is important. In order to learn and grow successfully, kids need their vision to be as near perfect as possible. At Antelope Valley Eye Care, we recommend that children have their first eye exam by their third birthday. Though most children won’t experience eye problems, for those who do, it’s important to diagnose and treat these issues in a timely manner. That way, they can get back to important tasks like building block towers and learning to read!

Our eye care services are comprehensive and include diagnostic exams, treatment of eye injuries, and even outpatient surgical procedures. We also treat common eye problems in children such as strabismus (crossed eyes), amblyopia (lazy eye), and refractive error, for instance.

Plus, we use state-of-the-art equipment and advanced eye care technology to ensure your child receives the best vision care possible. It’s the AV Eye Care guarantee!

Comprehensive, Kid-Friendly Eye Exams

At Antelope Valley Eye Care, we specialize in kid-friendly eye exams. Our staff is trained and experienced in working with children, and we know how to put kids (and their parents!) at ease. It’s our goal to not only ensure a comprehensive eye exam, but also a pleasant experience for the entire family. Our clients are so impressed with our pediatric eye care services that they return to us for all of their eye care needs. Many say they’d never trust their children’s vision to anyone else! That’s the highest compliment we could receive here at AV Eye Care.

Affordable Eye Care for the Entire Family

AV Eye Care takes pride in providing affordable eye care for families throughout the region. Our rates are reasonable, and we accept most vision insurance such as Blue Cross, Blue Shield, TriWest, GEHA, United Healthcare, VSP, MES and EyeMed, for example.

Schedule Your Child’s Pediatric Eye Exam Today!

Your child’s eyesight is too important to put off. Call the professional vision care team at Antelope Valley Eye Care to schedule your pediatric eye exam today. The sooner you get started on your child’s eye care plan, the brighter his or her future will be!