Family Eye Care

Eye care is a crucial part of health care for every member of your family. Everyone should get eye care services, regardless of their age. 

At Innovative Eye Care in Bakersfield, CA, we offer family eye care services. We focus on examining, diagnosing, and treating eye conditions for everyone in the family, including small children and seniors. 

Family Eye Care

What Is Included in Family Eye Care?

Pediatric Eye Care

Pediatric eye care is crucial as it ensures your child's eye health is in check. Pediatric eye care includes eye exams and treatment in case a child is diagnosed with a vision condition. Some vision problems in kids, such as drooping eyelids and squinting, can easily be noticed, while some cannot unless a doctor conducts an eye exam. It also gets challenging since many children cannot express their vision problems. This can result in various problems such as poor school performance. That's why it's crucial to take them to an optometrist who deals with pediatrics for an eye exam. It is recommended that children be taken for these exams twice a year. 

Adult Eye Care 

There are various eye conditions that affect adults. Some eye conditions will not show any symptoms until they have developed to advanced stages and can even cause vision loss. Regular eye exams are very crucial as these conditions can be detected and treatment started promptly. 

If you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses, it's crucial to visit an optometrist regularly for necessary updates. This is because vision changes can occur with time, requiring you to get new prescriptions. 

Senior Eye Care

Although eye problems can occur at any age, they are very common in seniors. The normal aging process increases the risk of developing many different vision problems. Also, conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure put elderly people at risk of developing some vision problems. Seniors should go for regular eye exams, whether they have been diagnosed with eye conditions or not. They should also seek prompt treatment if they develop any sign of a vision problem.  

Hereditary Eye Conditions 

Research has shown that some eye conditions are hereditary. These conditions include glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and others. That means if one person in a family has been diagnosed with such a condition, the rest should be regularly examined. Preventative measures should also be taken to reduce the risk of developing the condition. 

Visit Innovative Eye Care in Bakersfield, CA, for Family Eye Care Services

Welcome to Innovative Eye Care in Bakersfield, CA, for family eye care services. We will examine your eyes routinely to check for any issues. We also diagnose and treat various eye problems using medications and visual aids such as eyeglasses and contact lenses. Call us at 661-213-3310 to schedule an appointment with our optometrist. 


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My husband and I love Innovative Eye Care . Dr. Cheree is wonderful and her staff are so kind. The young lady that helps with picking out the perfect glasses for your face type is so helpful.

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