Care for your baby's vision

80% of learning during your lifetime happens visually. Evaluate your baby's eyes when it matters most. Your baby is born into a world of possibility. Babies learn by responding to their surroundings. Over time, your baby will identify colors, shapes and silhouettes of family and friends. By 4-6 months, eyesight is almost fully developed. Children with good vision can meet developmental milestones and succeed more easily in school.

Did you know? The current vision screening standard for newborns ("the red reflex test”) only detects some vision threatening abnormalities. It can miss smaller problems and cannot easily detect defects in the back of the eye. Today the first comprehensive vision screen is done between the ages of 3-6 in preschool or kindergarten. By then it may often be too late to intervene and protect your child's vision.

Your baby's eyes are the windows to their world

Evaluate your baby's eyes when it matters most.

A more advanced vision screening test is now available. A telemedicine test that offers sensitive, high resolution detection where images are evaluated by expert pediatric retinal specialist graders. 10% preschoolers and 25% school aged children have a vision disorder that can impact learning and quality of life.

This Advanced Eye Exam protects your baby's vision. Our images are evaluated by experienced retinal specialists.

Step 1 A nurse photographer meets you in the hospital after birth. Step 2 Eye drops are used to dilate your baby's pupil for better imaging. Step 3 The nurse photographer takes images of the front and back of the eyes with a medical grade camera designed for infant eyes. Step 4 Your nurse photographer will tell you if the specialist recommends a referral for your baby and help you with next steps.

Early detection can prevent blindness or vision loss Protect your baby's vision today for a brighter tomorrow