Children have specific eyecare needs
A child’s eyes differ from yours. The brain cells that control your child’s vision are not fully developed, or mature, when he or she is born. These cells develop throughout the first decade of life. Because of the immaturity of your child’s visual system, disorders that may have little effect on your ability to see can have a profound and life-long effect on your child’s vision. Early detection is key to diagnosing and treating any problems with the least invasive techniques possible.