Part of our pediatric ophthalmology care includes routine eye care services like a standard eye care exam. During the eye exam, our pediatric ophthalmology specialist asks your child to identify pictures or letters to determine if your child has a vision deficit like nearsightedness or farsightedness. Our eye specialist can also identify astigmatism, which is when his or her vision is blurry as a result of abnormal curvature in the eye. It causes to not reflect on the retina as it should. In most cases, our practitioner may treat vision deficits through eyeglasses. Our eye doctor even offers a wide selection of frames that your child can pick from.