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Service Description

According to the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO), infants should undergo their first eye exam between 6 to 9 months of age, and preschool children should have at least one eye exam between 2 and 5 years of age. School age children (6-19 years old) should have their eyes examined yearly to ensure good vision in school. When visual or ocular problems are left undetected or untreated, a child’s personal well-being, learning capability, and cognitive development will all be adversely affected. Eye exam for a six-month-old infant is not as ineffective as we think. At Dr. Vivian Zhang's Clinic , we will be able to test their refractive error with a retinoscope, as well as pupil responses, how well they can fixate and follow an object, muscular alignment, and optic nerve and retina development. These tests will tell us if your infant’s vision development is progressing normally. Starting age of three to five, we will be checking for lazy eye, eye misalignment, colour perception and depth perception. By diagnosing certain eye problems at its early stage, we can work to correct them before your child starts school, which can make a big difference in a child’s quality of life.

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  • 48 Cathedral High Street, Markham, ON, Canada

    905 887 6378