A visit to the eye doctor is more about just getting new glasses – especially for younger kids. Many kids don’t have any symptoms when experiencing vision problems, according to Dr. Sarah Guillette. Children should have their first eye exam between the ages of 3-5 to ensure they’re seeing clearly and their eyes are healthy. […]
How to spot a vision problem in your preschooler
Healthy eyes and vision are a critical part of any child’s development. At this age, your preschooler is developing hand-eye coordination and visual perception, which is necessary for reading and writing. Everyday tasks such as building with blocks, coloring and playing ball all improve your child’s visual abilities. That’s why it’s important your children’s […]
Dr. Sarah Guillette enjoys helping kids see a bright future
No doubt about it, Dr. Sarah Guillette’s career highlight occurred when a patient she fitted with specialty contact lenses wrote and illustrated a poem for her about his positive experience and hope for a bright future. The gratitude he showed sticks with her to this day. In fact, Dr. Guillette keeps the poem in her […]
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