Children’s Eyeglasses in Milwaukee
Exams and Eyeglasses for Kids
Grange Vision is great for every family member’s eye care needs. A problem with vision at a young age makes the crucial developmental benchmarks difficult to reach. A healthy diet and an encouraging atmosphere are important, but if one of the five senses – especially eyesight – isn’t corrected, school and other activities become difficult for your child to be successful in.
A comprehensive children's eye exam from Grange Vision includes, but isn’t limited to, a visual acuity test, pupil test, and an eye movement exercise. The AOA recommends children’s eye exams should be at 6 months, age 3 and every two years after that. These are only guidelines, and any issues with eye development may require more frequent examinations.
Our Milwaukee children's optometrist accepts young patients as little as 3 years old. We make their eye exam experience fun and enjoyable! Learn about identifying the signs your child might need glasses.
Contact our optometry offices today to schedule your child’s next eye exam and to improve your family’s health.
Most kids will have to wear their glasses every day. We know the last thing parents need is another thing a child can complain about, so we focus on making sure the prescription is exact and the child actually likes their frames. Glasses are useless if they are not worn, so we encourage positive eyewear practices with your child.
Replace Children’s Glasses with Daily Contacts
If convincing your child to wear their glasses is a daily struggle, contact lenses may be a better option. Our professional eye doctors will perform a children’s eye exam, contact fitting and demonstrate how to wear and care for their new contact lenses.
Dry eyes frequently cause contact lens-related problems for adults. Kids are less likely to have dry eyes and are generally highly motivated to avoid wearing glasses making them great contact lens wearers.
Finding the Perfect Frame Style for Your Child's Face
Choosing a frame style doesn't have to be difficult at all, as it can be overwhelming with a wide variety of eyeglass styles, brands, and colors. We often get asked, "What are the best frame styles for my face shape?", and we're more than glad to help find your child's frame style.
Click below to see our quick reference guide on the different styles.