What You Need to Know about Plan B One-Step
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Eye health and eye care is important. I remember as a kid, going to get my annual exam. Every year my family would go together and we would all get our eyes checked. Eye health is even more important to me now that I am a parent. With three children, I need to make certain that their health is a top priority and that starts with eye care.
I have a standing appointment each year with the eye doctor for my children. We go on or around the same date/day. My kids actually enjoy getting their eyes tested and they especially love our eye doctor. I have worn glasses and contacts for years so I try to make certain that my kids eye health is always a priority. I realize that it may be possible that one, two or all three of my children might need glasses one day.
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Parents should take their children to the eye doctor for a comprehensive eye exam starting as young as six months old, then again at three years old, before kindergarten and every year after that.
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Great article! I agree that eye care screenings should start at an early age in order to find or prevent any issues. In my opinion, it helps to protect their health, especially in the long run. Thanks so much for sharing!
My daughter is going to be starting kindergarten soon, and I want to make sure that she can see. I didn’t realize that you should start taking your kids to get eye exams at six months. We’ll definitely have to find a good doctor for her to go to and get her eyes examined.
My son recently started struggling to see from a distance. I wasn’t aware that one in four children have an undetected vision condition. I will for sure need to look into good optometrists.
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