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All infants should have an eye exam at 6 months of age. An infant's vision is vital to proper physical and mental development. Although your infant cannot "tell the difference between 1 and 2", our doctors can still determine the overall health of the eyes and estimate their prescription.
Lack of detection of vision problems can lead to Amblyopia (Lazy Eye), Strabismus (Crossed Eye), or can result in delayed discovery of serious ocular health problems.
InfantSEE is a nationwide health initiative that provides FREE comprehensive examinations to infants 6 months of age and older. Both Drs Rhodes and Quackenbush are proud to be a part of this program. Click below to learn more about this program.
Learn More about InfantSEE
Dr. Quackenbush discusses the InfantSEE program with the local Kiwanis Club.
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