If a child is suffering from serious eye problems, it can have a severe impact on education, personal development and future economic productivity. The impact is greater and has more severe consequences in poor parts of the world where resources and educational support are lacking. Poor education and an inability to participate fully in daily life add greatly to the difficulty and suffering that poor vision or blindness cause in childhood. Such issues needs utmost attention and treatment at earliest and our world class facility offers the best technology available for your child’s eye care needs which includes pediatric eye care services including: evaluations to assess and diagnose vision problems, visual evaluation in children with multiple congenital anomalies, evaluation and treatment of poor eyesight, surgical and nonsurgical treatment of strabismus and special vitreo-retinal clinic.
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The cost of an Eye Exam varies according to location and the optometrist you visit. If you visit an optometry where optometrists and ophthalmologists both are present then the cost will surely high. Because in this optometry you have to pay for two medical professionals instead of one. There are some other factors those will determine the overall cost of an Eye Exam such as:
Who is taking the Exam: The cost of an eye exam will mainly depend on the type of eye doctor. There are three types of eye doctors, these are optometrists, ophthalmologists and opticians. You can find a great difference between the charges of these three eye doctors. It is considered ophthalmologists charge more for an eye exam as compare to other two eye doctors. Reason for this is that these are the top eye doctors who can perform an eye surgery.
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