Vision Screening

Regular eye examinations are important to detect early deterioration of sight. For children and adults alike, unrecognized vision change can compromise normal daily function. In young children, uncorrected vision can result in permanent sight impairment called amblyopia.

If there is any family history of poor vision, vision screening is even more important. Early detection and treatment can prevent further loss of sight.

A proper vision correction will not only restore the sight but also improve the quality of life.