Baby Eye Care – Eliminate Your Baby Eye Problems

Baby Eye Care – Eliminate Your Baby Eye Problems

Do you know that your baby eye have a critical development at age 6 months, do you need to test your baby eye to far away any baby eye problems. I found this info from the famous baby eye care center called InfantSee.org.

Why do you suggest getting the eyes tested at 6 months?:”Clinical experience and research have shown that at 6 months, the average child has reached a number of critical developmental milestones, making this an appropriate age for the first eye and vision assessment. Many visual abilities are fully functioning by the age of 6 months. Interference with development during this very critical phase may lead to serious lifelong effects on vision. Successful treatment can be obtained more quickly with early intervention.”

Eye problems that ‘the system’ is missing now:”The American Public Health Association adopted a resolution that recognizes the shortcomings of vision screenings, encourages regular eye examinations at the ages of 6 months, 2 years, and 4 years, and urges pediatricians to recommend that all children receive eye examinations at these intervals.”

Have you tested your baby eye to prevent any baby eye problems?If not you could test your baby eye at the baby eye care center near your home. and check regularly InfantSee.org to know the recent trend and news of baby eye care and problems.

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