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Pediatric Examinations

Taking your child for a comprehensive eye exam at an early age, and then maintaining the recommended eye care schedule as they are growing up, is the very best way that you can ensure your child’s vision development and make certain that they acquire the visual skills they need to fully participate in all of their activities. According to guidelines established by the American Optometric Association a child should receive an eye exam at the ages of 6 months, 3 years, before kindergarten, and then once every two years. However, in the presence of certain risk factors or diagnosed vision issues, more frequent exams may be recommended. Furthermore, children who are wearing eyeglasses or contact lenses should be checked annually.

We are skilled and experienced providers of comprehensive vision care for children and will do our very best to make sure that their eyes are strong and healthy as they grow. Our specialized pediatric eye care services include child friendly and age appropriate exams to check visual acuity, eye tracking, and focusing skills, as well as problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, lazy eye (amblyopia), crossed eyes, dyslexia, a color blindness, disease or medical conditions. Depending upon the findings at your child’s eye exam visit, eyeglasses, vision therapy, or additional procedures will be prescribed as needed.

New patients receive 15% OFF first visit*.

*Cannot be combined with vision or health insurance.

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Elburn Eye Care


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  • "I would highly recommend Elburn Eye Care to anyone looking for an eye doctor. Dr. Montalbano and the entire staff at Elburn Eye Care provide excellent service using current / state of the art technology along with a thorough understanding of insurance plans. The office is well run, wait times are short, and the Dr. spends as much time with the patients as needed. I never feel like I'm being rushed out the door. Appointment availability / flexibility (day time or evenings) is also a plus."
    Tara K.
  • "I was very pleased with the service I received. Suzanne was very pleasant and helpful and did a great job administering and explaining the various tests. Dr. Michelle was great in explaining the results and reviewing and suggesting options. Tricia was also very pleasant and helpful."
    Dan F.
  • "This will be the easiest comment I've ever done. In a word ; outstanding ! Every time I have been served over the years your whole office has given me great service. And with the most gracious ,skillfull, and up to date tech Doctor ,you have a rare combination that any patient would have an EYE for!"
    Robert H.
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