Five Things We Learned From our Visit to Pearle Vision

What To Expect At Your Child's First Vision Test
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  1. Natalie says:

    My advice is to get your family’s eyes checked routinely even if you don’t have problems. It is better to prevent eye problems before they occur!

  2. Elle says:

    My only advice is to definitely not take eyesight for granted and to look for signs and even test your children to make sure that they can see clearly and see all colors properly. If anything seems off, go to a specialist.

  3. Mita says:

    My Niece already had her eye exam this year.

  4. Jessie C. says:

    My tip is to make an appointment for extensive eye exam at least once a year for the whole family. This is one great way to keep tracks on maintaining good eyesight.
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  6. Madeline says:

    Our daughter wears glasses. In fact, her eyes are changing and we should probably schedule another appointment soon! I don’t have any great advice other than to make your eye doctor appointment a routine, especially for children since their vision changes so quickly.

  7. Erika says:

    I agree with going early! We just found out my six year old daughter has astigmatism and other issues.


  8. Margaret Smith says:

    Both my sons wear glasses and we take them for exams each year. Thanks so much.

  9. Barbara Montag says:

    My best advice is to have regular eye check ups.
    thank you

  10. LAMusing says:

    My only advice is to write down the tips you listed about depth perception, color blindness, etc and tale it with you to your appointment!

  11. Ellie Wright says:

    My advice is to get your kids eyes checked once a year. I like to get my kids eyes checked right before the new school year begins.
    So far, so good.

  12. Stephanie Phelps says:

    Like with my son when he started school and came home with headaches everyday we knew we had to get his eyes checked and sure enough he needed help!

  13. Erica Best says:

    No but i learn alot of your post

  14. CR Williams says:

    My advice is limit the amount of screen time, I already see an improvement with my daughter.

  15. Shawn Gallagher says:

    My advice: just let them go through the phase even if they really don’t need them lol

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  17. Kathryn C says:

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    most health insurance covers annual exams so definitely take advantage of that

  18. Denise L says:

    The best advice is to get an annual eye check up for the whole family. I think it’s important that you pointed out kids don’t have to be able to read to get an eye exam.

  19. shelly peterson says:

    I don’t really have any advice. I really need to get my son in for an eye exam though.

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  21. Annette says:

    No advice to give as my children have never had vision problems, but I’m glad your child can see clearly with glasses.

  22. latanya says:

    We get our eyes checked routinely.

  23. heather says:

    Yes, I would take the kids for an eye exam. It is so important to take care of your eyes early.
    I am posting my comment at 6:33 p.m. PST on 8/27/16.

  24. Thomas Murphy says:

    Always get your eyes checked every year.

  25. Dawn Monroe says:

    My advice is that no oneknows your child more then you. If you notice something get them to the eye doctor.

  26. Kathryn C says:

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    take advantage of your health insurance coverage- usually an annual eye exam is free
    Also for glasses/contacts you can usually find good coupons for Buy 1, Get 1 free for exams or glasses themselves.

  27. Jerry Marquardt says:

    My best advice is to make sure that you have yearly eye exams to make sure that your kids eyes are all set the year.

  28. Debbie B says:

    i don’t have any kids but i could certainly use an eye exam myself

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