Plainview Pediatric Optometrists

in Plainview, TX

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Children often are diagnosed with illnesses and conditions that affect adults, but because of their special needs, they are often referred to pediatric specialists. Specialists in all areas can provide treatment plans to improve health and quality of life.

Pediatric optometry

Pediatric optometry is the branch of medicine that deals with the examination, diagnosis and treatment of children's eyes. Pediatric optometrists are specially trained to treat visual disorders in children.

It is easy to confuse a school vision screening with an eye examination, but they are not the same thing, says Malara. (Photo by Jeremy Deal)
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An eye screening at school is not enough to know whether your child’s vision is in full working order. They need to regularly visit an optometrist.

Children are often unaware of their own vision changes because they usually happen so gradually, meaning extra caution should be used, says Murray. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Radcliffe F. of Fremont, California)
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A child's vision is something that can deteriorate over time with few symptoms. One highly rated provider explains how regular eye exams can help prevent this.

Dr. Steven Leighton checks the eyes of a young patient at his Charlotte, N.C., eye clinic. (Photo by Jeremy Deal)
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If you worry that too much time spent using computers and other technology will harm your child's eyesight, try these tips to minimize potential damage.

There's no evidence that multimedia technology harms the eyesight of children, but experts says we haven't used the technology long enough to know how it will affect a child's future vision. (Photo by Paul Shepherd)
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Find out if too much time spent texting, looking at looking at computer screens, handheld gadgets and playing video games is harming your children's eyes.

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All Pediatric Optometrists in Plainview, TX

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order. To view top rated service providers along with reviews and ratings, Join Angie's List Now!

Dr. Randal Billings

3415 19th St
Lubbock

Dr. Stewart Webb

601 W 7th St
Plainview

Ginter Eye Care Center Inc

5713 82nd St
Lubbock

Texas Tech Physicians

3601 4th St
Lubbock

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