Eye Centre

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Should my child wear sunglasses?
Children's eyes are sensitive so it is vital to protect them from the sun's harmful rays....
Can children have their eyes tested if they can’t read?
Your young child can have their eyes tested even if they can't read
Does the eye examination hurt?
An eye examination doesn't hurt and is even designed to be fun for younger children.
What kind of glasses should my child wear?
Selecting the right pair of glasses for your child is important as they need to be durable but your...
How can I treat a scratched cornea?
A scratched cornea can be painful but is usually not serious.
How can I protect my child from eye injuries?
Most eye injuries in children are preventable, read our tips on how to make your home safer....
What are the most common eye problems in children?
The most common vision problems in children are refractive errors.
How often should my child’s eyes be checked?
Regular eye exams are essential in order to monitor your child's eyesight.
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