Preventing Childhood Vision LossBody: Many children are living with temporary or permanent vision loss. However, early detection can spare young people from developing severe vision problems. Knowing the signs of specific eye problems can prompt parents to act. Children exhibiting signs of vision loss should receive comprehensive eye exams to detect certain conditions before they worsen.
Even if a child isn't showing signs of ocular problems, they should still receive an annual eye examination between the ages of six and 17. Being proactive about your children's vision is exceptionally beneficial.
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