Linden doctors participate in National InfantSEE®

One in 10 infants is at risk from undiagnosed eye and vision problems, which, if undetected, could lead to permanent vision impairment, and in rare cases, life-threatening health risks.  However, only 14 percent of children from infancy to age six have had a comprehensive eye assessment from an eye care professional, accordingInfantsee to the American Optometric Association’s Pediatric Eye and Vision study

Great strides are being made to ensure that potential eye and vision problems are detected early. Infant eye assessments have been available in California since the InfantSEE® program launched several years ago.

Call our office to schedule the no cost eye assessment for your 6-12 month old at any time throughout the year.   InfantSee exams are by appointment only.

The program was designed to provide professional eye care for infants nationwide at no cost regardless of family income or insurance coverage.

InfantSEE® is a public health program developed by Optometry Cares – The AOA Foundation in partnership with Vistakon, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.