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kids

A child’s first eye exam should be when they turn 6 months old, then at age three, and again right before they enter first grade. After that an annual eye exam is recommended.  

The following warning signs may indicate an eye problem:

  • Avoiding reading, writing or drawing

  • Closing one eye when they go out in bright sunlight

  • Closing one eye when they watch TV or read

  • Complaining about double or blurred vision

  • Excessively rubbing their eyes

  • Excessively watery eyes

  • Having unexplained headaches

  • Holding books or objects unusually close to their face or sitting very close to the TV

  • Poor hand-eye coordination and clumsiness

At Bauer Eyecare we can do an eye exam with NO AIR PUFF and NO DILATION options.

WE OFFER A FUN LEARNING EXPERIENCE WITH THE BEST TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR YOUR KIDS.

myopia control

Myopia, a condition often known as nearsightedness, is a growing concern in today's society. Our Myopia Treatment Program provides patients with a selection of three equally successful approaches to manage myopia.

In the past, our concerns about myopia primarily revolved around deteriorating eyesight and the need for stronger eyeglasses. Today, we've come to realize that there are additional worrisome aspects beyond just thicker lenses.

 

Clinical evidence confirms that a higher degree of myopia substantially raises the likelihood of developing more severe eye conditions in the later stages of life. These conditions encompass macular degeneration, retinal detachment, cataracts, and glaucoma, all of which have the potential to result in vision loss.

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treatment options 

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