Congratulations to Dr Sigler, recipient of the 2016 Heroes Award for the Special Olympics.
Even infants can have a hard time with their vision. It's never too early to start thinking about vision care for your family. There are so many new things to worry about when you have an infant, it is easy to forget about eye care, but it's imperative you don't put them off. Your child's vision can depend on it!
- Blocked tear ducts in infants
- Eye infections
- Congenital malfunction management
- Abnormal vision development
- Evaluation of vision issues in education
- Accommodative insufficiency
Working with children is much different than handling vision services for adults. Your child's comfort is important to us. This is why we strive to create a relaxing and fun atmosphere that helps kids feel calm when coming in for their appointments.
An optometrist with a strong emphasis in pediatrics can help check to make sure your child's vision is progressing at it should. We offer pre-k and kindergarten eye care, as well as InfantSEE programs for our newest patients. With over 20 years of combined experience, you can feel confident your child is in good hands.