When should you turn to a pediatric ophthalmologist?
- Ophthalmological screening at the age of 1, 3 and 6 years
- If your child doesn’t react to light or recognize familiar faces
- Small children: lots of blinking, frequent headaches, frequent squinting, leaning close to toys
- School-age children experiencing difficulties reading, writing or studying
- Eyes are often red, or if there is recurring discharge in the corner of the eyes
- Crossed or uncoordinated eyes
Examinations available in our office:
- Visual acuity test (near, defined distance and distant visual acuity)
- Computerized visual acuity determination
- Subjective visual acuity determination
- Color vision tests
- Fundus oculi examination
- Direction and value of the strabismus angle, diopter measurements with dilated pupil
Our office is the only place in the country offering strabismus surgery as a one-day procedure for little children. The procedure is performed by Patricia Domsa, M.D., our pediatric ophthalmologist.