Double vision in kids is more common than many frightened parents think. If you suspect your child is dealing with double vision, know that it isn’t permanent. You have options:
Are you a concerned parent asking the quesion of Why is my child’s vision getting worse? Dr. Aguilera has been working in pediatric eye care for 25 years and is here to help.
Lazy eye in kids can be devastating to their upbringing. It can hinder their abilities at school while also crushing their confidence. But it can be treated.
The title of Pediatric Ophthalmologist may sound confusing, but it’s simply the title of someone who cares for your child’s vision. And Dr. Aguilera has 25 years of experience doing so.
Eye care for kids is especially important when it comes to physical activity. We’ve put together some tips for preventing sports injuries here:
Are struggles in school and child eye prblems correlated? Parents have been hearing the rumors and we wanted to give some insight.
It’s a question most parents have to ask about their children: Does my child have vision problems? Here are certain signs to look out for: