Do your children have healthy eyes and 20/20 vision? Or do they regularly have complaints or problems at school? Are the basic "vision screenings" conducted at your child's school or pediatrician adequate?
About 80% - 90% of a children's visual system is developed by the time they are just 6 months old. Newborn, a child sees 20/1600 with a +2.00 prescription, roughly. By 1 year of age, the vision is 20/50 with mild refractive errors and mild astigmatism. 20/20 vision can be achieved between 1 - 5 years of age.
This normal pattern can be varied by environment, genetics, and other factors. You should have a primary eye care
doctor monitor your child's development, intervening with appropriate treatment as needed. We perform the necessary children's exams and provide glasses and contact lenses in-house.