Vision Health Month

We’re always focused on your eyes and this month we encourage you to consider the eye health of everyone in your family.

Young Children and Eye Care

Many people don’t realize that children should start seeing an optometrist when they turn 6 months of age in order to ensure their eyes are developing as they should. If there are no issues, the next appointment should come at 3 years of age, and then every year after that.

Senior Eye Health

At the other end of the scale, seniors should also be sure to get yearly eye exams to ensure that the effects of aging eyes – think glaucoma and cataracts – are detected and treated quickly to minimize their potential impact on quality of life.

Eye Health at All Ages

Of course, the common thread here is that everyone should get annual exams in order to stay on top of potential emerging issues. We do more than check your vision. We employ tools to check the health of your inner eye to make sure everything is working as it should.

It’s never too late to make eye health a top priority. #VisionHealthMonth. Contact us today to book your appointment: