Likely, yes! At Pilot Point Family Eye Care, we fit a wide range of contact lenses, including specialty contacts and multi-focal contact lenses.
The American Optometric Association recommends children have their eyes examined starting at 6 months of age, and at least once between the age of 3 and 5. School-aged children should have their eyes checked annually, as well as adults with any history of refractive conditions, history of ocular disease or occupations that are visually demanding.
No! Vision screenings are used as a way to identify children or adults who may have undetected vision problems, however they can actually miss more than they can identify. Specialized equipment and testing are needed to adequately evaluate the eyes and vision and can only be performed by a trained optometrist or ophthalmologist.