Pediatric Eye Care in Williamstown, WV
at Williamstown Eye Clinic
Preserve Your Child’s Eye Health with Williamstown Eye Clinic
Newborns: Newborns should have a red reflex exam to determine if your baby’s eyes are healthy. If your newborn was born prematurely, or has a high risk of developing other health issues, schedule a comprehensive eye exam.
Infants: Infants should have their next eye exam between six months of age and their first birthday. This will confirm that their eyes are healthy and developing as expected.
Preschool: At age 3, your child should have another eye exam. Diseases and vision impairments can develop at this age. A comprehensive eye exam can allow early intervention and treatment.
School age: Prior to starting school, your child should have another eye exam and recurring eye exams each year until the age of 18.
Residents of Williamstown and Parkersburg WV, and surrounding areas can depend on the pediatric eye care provided by Williamstown Eye Clinic. To schedule your child’s next eye exam, call (304) 375-6468 today.
Signs Your Child May Need a Pediatric Eye Exam
- Frequent headaches
- Frequent eye rubbing or blinking
- Adjusting their head position or closing an eye to read or watch television
- Complaints of double vision
- Losing their place while reading
- Avoiding close-up work or activities
How to Prepare For Your Child’s Eye Exam
Schedule An Appointment with Williamstown Eye Clinic
To learn more about our pediatric eye care services, or to schedule an appointment, please call our office at (304) 375-6468. Visit Williamstown Eye Clinic for pediatric eye care in Williamstown, WV.