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Special care for the health of children's eyes
For Kids - Help Iris and Lash Save Eyes Everywhere!
Some children are studying a painting in the museum with their teacher.Teacher: There's beauty in every brush stroke.
An enemy tries to hit one of the children, but the Eye Squad protect him
Teacher: There's beauty in every brush stroke.
Iris: Thruster-Blur doesn't want you to see The details! Iris and lash from Eye squad here to share the importance of seeing clearly and since one in four kids has a vision issue an annual eye exam is essential. The experts at your neighborhood Pearl Vision will make sure your vision is strong and joining eye squad is the final touch.
Parents, protect the whole family by scheduling your annual eye exams today!
Learn the secrets of eye health and help defeat Professor Blur through:
Everywhere a child's eyes look they're seeing something for the first time. It's up to you to make sure they are seeing everything as clearly and vividly as possible.
Trust your Doctor of Optometry at or next to your neighborhood Pearle Vision for your children's vision sooner rather than later to help make sure they don't miss a thing.
What to watch out for:
- Rubbing of the eyes
- Frequent headaches
- Holding objects or books unusually close or far away
- Excessive blinking
- Favoring one eye by covering it or turning their head
- Eyes that are not aligned or are not working together
- Red, swollen or encrusted eyes
- Recurring sties or infections on eyelids
If you notice any of these signs in your children, schedule an eye exam* at the Independent Doctor of Optometry at or next to your neighborhood Pearle Vision as soon as possible. Call 1-800-YES-EYES or use our EyeCare Center locator to find the address and phone number of the Independent Doctor of Optometry* nearest you.
When should my children have their vision checked?
- Birth to 24 months: By 6 months, or as recommended by their doctor
- Toddlers: At 3 years old is generally good time to come back in
- 6 and older: Before first grade and annually thereafter
Eyes need sunblock too
Children are especially vulnerable to damaging UV rays because they typically spend longer amounts of time outdoors. If your child already wears eyeglasses, we offer free testing to determine if they're getting enough UV protection. If they are not, you should add UV-blocking lenses to their glasses.
If your doctor* determines your child needs eyeglasses, we have a wide selection of glasses and frames designed specifically for kids and their active lifestyles, including protective eyewear:
- Polycarbonate lenses** are lightweight, impact- and scratch-resistant lenses perfectly suited for active kids (and active adults too).
- Polycarbonate** safety glasses offer superior comfort and UV protection for children. All of our kidSAFE protective eyewear includes 100% UV protection.
** No lenses are 100% shatterproof or unbreakable.