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Amblyopia Amblyopia, commonly known as "lazy eye," is a vision disorder characterized by reduced eyesight in one eye due to abnormal visual development early in life.

Blocked Tear Ducts Obstruction in the tear drainage system leading to excessive tearing, eye irritation, and possible infection.

Cortical Visual Impairment Visual impairment caused by damage or dysfunction in the brain's visual processing centers, leading to difficulties in interpreting visual information.

Failed Vision Screen Unsuccessful completion of a vision screening test, indicating the need for further evaluation and possibly corrective measures.

Retinopathy of Prematurity Eye disorder affecting premature infants, characterized by abnormal blood vessel growth in the retina, which can lead to vision impairment or blindness.

Routine Eye Exams Regular eye examinations to assess visual health, detect eye diseases, and determine the need for vision correction.

Farsightedness A refractive error where distant objects are seen more clearly than nearby objects due to the eyeball being too short or the cornea having too little curvature.

Diabetic Eye Exam Specialized eye examination to monitor and detect diabetic eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, which can lead to vision loss if left untreated.

Astigmatism A refractive error of the eye causing blurred vision due to an irregularly shaped cornea or lens.

Blurry Vision Reduced sharpness or clarity of vision, often making objects appear out of focus or indistinct.

Comprehensive Eye Exam A thorough assessment of visual health and function, including tests for refractive errors, eye diseases, and overall eye health.

Chalazion/Stye A painful lump or swelling on the eyelid resulting from blocked oil glands (chalazion) or infected hair follicles (stye).

Eye Allergies Allergic reactions affecting the eyes, causing symptoms such as itching, redness, tearing, and swelling.

Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis: A form of arthritis in children characterized by joint inflammation and sometimes associated with eye inflammation (uveitis).

Ptosis Drooping of the upper eyelid due to weakened or stretched eyelid muscles, often impairing vision and causing a tired appearance.

Blepharitis Inflammation of the eyelids often resulting in redness, irritation, and flaking of the eyelid margins.

Contact Lenses Thin lenses placed directly on the eye's surface to correct vision, often used as an alternative to glasses.

Eye Injuries Trauma or damage to the eye, ranging from minor scratches to severe trauma that can lead to vision loss.

Nearsightedness A refractive error where close objects are seen more clearly than distant objects due to the eyeball being too long or the cornea having too much curvature.

Strabismus A condition where the eyes are not aligned properly, causing one eye to look in a different direction than the other, leading to double vision or reduced depth perception.

We Offer Pediatric Eye Care

For All Ages & Conditions.

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about any of the conditions on the left, visit the AAPOS website

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We work with our partners to treat children with developmental delays including but not limited to Autism, Down Syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy.

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We also have expertise in treating special-needs children and children with severe vision impairment.

Our pediatric ophthalmologists are the best-qualified health care professionals to care for children with vision or other eye problems.

We are medical doctors who specialize in medical and surgical eye care for children.


Our Office is Kid-Friendly

And has wonderful, child-friendly staff with expertise in treating special-needs children and children with severe vision impairment.

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