Eye Exams for Children
Children as young as six months of age can have an eye exam, and the Canadian Association of Optometrists recommends that all children have a screening test by the age of three years. Children nineteen and under are covered for one full exam every twelve months through OHIP.
Orthokeratology for Children
Different designs of orthokeratology lenses are available to slow down the progression or to eliminate the deterioration of eyesight that some children experience.
Contact Lenses for Children
Using the skill gained through many years of experience, children as young as 6 years old can be successfully fit with contact lenses.