Pediatric Eye Exams & InfantSEE

At Kirman Eye, we suggest that a child’s first exam should take place between 6 and 12 months of age. We proudly participate with the InfantSEE Program. This national public health program allows infants from 6 months to 12 months have an exam free of charge.

After the initial visit, we suggest exams at age 3 and age 5, or yearly if it is determined that your child needs a prescription or other correction.

Thorough Eye Exams for Kids

We can determine a lot about the health of your child’s eyes objectively during the exam. Many eye disorders can be treated, and it’s best to catch them early. Some problems, if left uncorrected, lead to vision developing improperly. We will thoroughly examine your child, and if our doctors find an area of concern, we will be glad to answer your questions and suggest the best treatment plan.

"What Our Patients Are Saying"

"Absolutely love Kirman Eye and will not go anywhere else! They have been excellent with my care for almost 20 years and have done an outstanding job with my children. My 4 1/2 year old just got her first pair... [View more]" - Erica L.

Absolutely love Kirman Eye and will not go anywhere else! They have been excellent with my care for almost 20 years and have done an outstanding job with my children. My 4 1/2 year old just got her first pair of glasses and loves them. Dr. Kirman, Dr. Baer, Dr. Bahajak, and the contact lens tech, Angie Hill, are all amazing. We love all the front office and opticians, too!

- Erica L.

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