Vision Care & Optical Store - King and Rose Optical
For many children and their parents, “back to school” is taking on a whole new meaning this year. Instead of purchasing new backpacks for their children, parents may be shopping for computers or a new set of headphones to help their children learn their lessons online. As more schools switch over to virtual classrooms, children will be spending even more time in front of screens as a part of their curriculum.
A comprehensive eye exam with Dr. Provost can help ensure that your child’s eyes and vision are ready for the new scholastic year.
Why Schedule an Eye Exam Before the New School Year?
Keep Up With Your Child’s Eye Development
From ages 6 to 18, a child’s vision can change frequently and unexpectedly. The American Optometric Association recommends that children between the ages of 6 and 17 have annual eye exams, or as recommended by their optometrists, to ensure that their vision is developing normally.
If your child already wears glasses to correct nearsightedness or farsightedness, an eye exam can determine whether their current prescription is offering them the clearest vision, or if their prescription has changed.
Eye exams are also important for children who complain of occasional or persistent headaches, because vision problems are often the source. Additionally, many children experience eye strain when performing visual tasks, a problem that can be solved with prescription glasses
Prepare Your Child for Optimal Learning
A whopping 80% of learning is vision-based. Reading, writing, computer research, and extracurricular activities all require excellent visual processing skills. Even slight, undetected vision problems can negatively impact academic achievement and make schoolwork difficult. Only an eye doctor can detect and diagnose these visual and eye health issues and offer the best solutions. Bring your child in for an eye exam to make sure that their vision won’t be holding them back from success.
Safeguard Your Child’s Eye Health
As our children spend more and more time on computers, tablets and cell phones, it’s important to educate ourselves and our children on how to maintain eye health with increased screen time. Digital eye strain, a group of symptoms that accompanies excessive screen use, can be minimized or avoided by following certain guidelines. Dr. Provost can advise you on how to care for your child’s eyes and prevent uncomfortable visual symptoms such as eye strain and headaches.
Contact Us To Schedule Your Child’s Eye Exam
In this era of virtual classrooms, eye care couldn’t be more relevant. Dr. Provost and the caring staff at King and Rose Optical will help your child kick-off the new school year with a comprehensive eye exam.
If glasses are called for, we offer a wide range of frames in a variety of styles and colors to give your child the confidence-boost they’ll want to start off the school year.
King and Rose Optical provides optical services to young patients from all over the Texas area, so book an appointment today!