Keeping an Eye on Your Whole Family
Regular vision care isn’t just for adults; annual eye exams are crucial for children’s eye health and vision, too. The vision test at your pediatrician’s office only checks distance vision; it is not an eye exam! Failure to detect and treat vision disorders such as problems with eye muscle function, depth perception, and near vision, in children affects development, learning performance, self esteem, social-emotional behavior, etc. Are shin pads, shoulder pads, and shoes, more important than a back to school comprehensive eye exam? We can hear you saying, “I had no idea!” all the way over here.
Kid’s Eye Health
At a stage in life when every minute is an educational experience, why risk missing a single moment? Early detection of issues is crucial to preventing eye problems later. Children should have their eyes examined at least annually, or as recommended by your doctor, even if they don’t indicate that there are any problems. Kids usually don’t realize that they aren’t seeing optimally. You can help protect your child’s eyes by starting eye care at a young age.
Kid’s Eyeglasses and Protective Eyewear
Should your child need corrective lenses, Maple Grove Eye Doctors, located inside the Pearle Vision Maple Grove store offers a wide selection of kids’ eyeglasses designed with kids’ active lifestyles in mind. Guess what? We offer free lenses for kids under age 18, with the purchase of a frame. Every little bit helps, right?
Got a quick second? Make an appointment today — or simply stop in. Our expert optometry team of Maple Grove Eye Doctors, opticians, and technicians are ready to help with eye exams, frame selection, and more.
Not sure what you need? We’ll answer your questions in real-time, and you can always browse our extensive inventory of designer frames.
Got more than a quick second? Stop in often, any day of the week, because we receive new frame styles daily!
Already have your Rx? Bring it to us, or stop in and let us take it from there. One of our team members can call your eye doctor for your prescription to get the ball rolling.