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It’s important to have your child’s eyes examined. Reactions like the one here on Piper after receiving glasses from an exam by Dr. Josiah Young are priceless, but it goes to show you that many children with seemingly normal vision have problems that are only detected in a comprehensive eye exam. This type of exam is different from a vision screening done at a school or a pediatrician’s office.
All children should have a comprehensive eye exam before they enter school. InfantSee providers like Dr. Young also perform no-cost exams on children ages 6-12 months. To learn more about the InfantSee program and how your child can receive a free eye exam, visit www.infantsee.org or call today for an appointment.
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