A child’s best chance to succeed at school starts with an eye exam. Once kids are 6 months old they should have their eyes examined every year. Babies and children will not notice an issue with their eyesight, but an optometrist will. Early detection could keep your child from struggling with vision issues their entire lives.
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Children’s eyes are still evolving and kids are less likely to detect problems with their vision. Left untreated, simple vision problems can turn into more serious conditions. Give their eyes the future they deserve with regular eye exams at Stonebridge Eyecare.
Vision helps children learn, and learning builds future leaders. That’s why Saskatchewan’s government covers the cost of an annual eye exam for every child 17 and under.
The majority of learning for children is visual. Consistent attention to their vision can be the difference between great grades and a disciplinary problem. The majority of schooling is taught with a visual component. Poor vision creates academic frustration, lower grades, and hinders your child’s future potential.
Eye exams are completely pain-free and take less than an hour. While some children may be apprehensive about visiting a clinic, our optometrists treat each child with compassionate care. You’re a part of the Stonebridge family, and we’ll treat your kids the same way. After one visit their fears will disappear. In fact, many kids enjoy the experience so much they’re excited for their next visit to our clinic!
Stonebridge Eyecare is proud to offer direct billing through the following insurance providers:
We would love to meet you in person. Drop by our office and say hello. We're located on Cope Lane and Stonebridge Boulevard.
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|Tuesday:||8:00 AM - 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday:||8:00 AM - 8:00 PM|
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|Friday:||8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Saturday:||9:00 AM - 3:00 PM|