COVID-19 Office Update
Our office is in the process of resuming most in-person services by appointment and we welcome new patients! Please email us at email@example.com, text us at (626) 869-4059, or leave a voice message at (626) 578-9685 if you have any questions. We will try our best to reply to you as soon as we can.
Your safety and health is our highest priority. Our staff members are working diligently to maintain a safe environment for all our patients who are receiving care at our office.
IMPORTANT: Per the City of Pasadena, Los Angeles County, and California State requirements for visits to a doctor’s office, all patients and staff members will be subject to a brief temperature screening before entering our office, as well as the requirement of wearing face masks at all times during the visit. Download a PDF with further details of our Safety and Health Protocols.
If you are scheduled to come to our office and within the past 14 days you have been experiencing any symptoms, been in close contact with anyone with COVID, traveled out-of-state, or been on an airplane, please inform our staff immediately to reschedule your appointment.
* If you have a sight or life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or contact your nearest Emergency Room *
Our doctors are experienced in comprehensive pediatric eye exams and vision care for infants, little kids, preschoolers, children, and teenagers. There are many treatable pediatric eye and vision problems that are not be detected in a standard 20-20 eye exam. A comprehensive pediatric eye and vision exam is necessary. Call us!
An infant should have a complete eye exam with a kids’ eye doctor by six (6) months. As pediatric optometrists, we are trained to do the special developmental testing that can detect and treat early childhood eye disease or developmental vision problems, such as amblyopia, strabismus, anisometropia and/or visual-motor delays.
Developmental Vision problems or eye health problems are easier to correct if treatment begins early. An eye screening by a pediatrician does not adequately test for visual developmental deficits, refractive errors
The American Optometric Association (AOA) recommends that pre-school children receive a complete vision exam at the ages of six months, three years and five years. It is particularly important that a child have a complete evaluation in the summer prior to entry into Kindergarten. While in school, yearly evaluations are recommended.
Learn more about our advanced testing and therapies for kids’ pediatric vision problems, such as: