Sometimes they result in physical discomfort; others directly affect our vision and how we see the world around us.
Even if you see no warning signs, a comprehensive eye exam with an Independent Eyecare Professional can help you identify if your child needs vision correction.
According to the American Optometric Association, infants should have their first comprehensive eye exam at 6 months of age. Children then should receive additional eye exams at 3 years of age, and just before they enter kindergarten or the first grade at about age 5 or 6. A vision screening at school is not the same as an eye exam and may miss a vision problem.
At around ages 40 to 45, our vision changes. This is called presbyopia, and it causes people to struggle to see objects or read materials up close.
Schedule a comprehensive eye exam with a trusted Eyecare Professional and learn more about the right Essilor lens solutions for you.