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Many parents will be familiar with the importance of immunisations, routine screenings such as hearing tests, weight, and growth charts for their children, not to mention dental health when the time arises, but what about their vision?

Some eye conditions do not display any signs or symptoms, so the only way to know for sure is to take your child for a sight test. In cases where there is no perceived problem and no significant family history of squint, lazy eye or serious eye conditions in childhood, we recommend an annual eye examination from around 3-4yrs old. Once these children reach nine and upwards, generally we advise an eye examination every two years unless your Ophthalmologist has advised otherwise.  

Conditions & Treatment

Paediatric Cataract

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Adult Squint (Strabismus)

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Amblyopia

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Children’s Eye Health

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Common Childhood Disorders

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Lacrimal Probing

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Paediatric Squint (Strabismus)

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Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)

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Red reflex Assessment

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