Children’s vision needs are unique. Childhood is when the eyes grow and develop, and many limitations and diseases can be identified and treated early.
Often, parents or teachers are the first to notice vision problems. Recognizing preferred head postures can sometimes offer clues. We can help to find a solution whether the problem involves infection, strabismus, amblyopia, or a range of other challenges that can affect children’s eyes.
Pediatric Ophthalmologists specialize in treating children’s eye problems. Trained to diagnose, treat, and manage all children’s eye problems, they are skilled at recognizing subtle signs of eye abnormalities and planning the correct course of action. That’s why it is best to visit a specialized provider of pediatric ophthalmology when you notice your child exhibiting any of the following warning signs of eye problems:
We take great care with children, and while all of our doctors are trained to recognize and treat pediatric ophthalmology issues, our expert physician, Dr. Scott A. Davis, specializes in helping children see better. His excellent rapport with children makes diagnostics and treatment a pleasant experience.
At Jervey Eye Group, we strive to keep you informed and educated regarding your family’s eye health. As part of that effort, we have included a library of videos about various facets of pediatric ophthalmology.
We invite you to take a few minutes to view these provided resources to learn more. For any questions you may have, you may visit our FAQ page. If you have any other questions, we encourage you to ask your doctor when you visit.
All of our eye doctors are trained to recognize and treat pediatric ophthalmology. However, once significant risk or damage has occurred, our doctors will often refer to one of our partners who is a sub-specialist trained to manage the more severe cases. Our sub-specialty trained doctor is Scott A. Davis, M.D.
Our modern, efficient facilities include four offices in Greenville, Simpsonville, and Easley. Each offers one-stop convenience for examinations, eyewear selection, purchase, and fittings.