Pediatric Eye Care


Prior to starting school, each child should have a comprehensive eye examination. A standard vision screening in school or with pediatrician DOES NOT always reveal common eye conditions affecting children's vision.  There are many signs that your child may have a vision problem, and you notice any of the following:


•  Constant eye rubbing

•  Poor visual tracking (following an object

•  Abnormal alignment or movement of the eyes

•  Eye turning (in or out)

•  Constant redness or tearing

•  Poor focusing

•  Difficulty seeing at a distance (reading a blackboard)

•  Difficulty reading or learning

•  Squinting

•  Headaches

Children with diagnosed problems should be examined yearly by their optometrist. Those without problems should have an exam every two years.

Do you have concerns about your child's vision? Read our most frequently asked questions.


Family Eye Care Center

Alexander Movshovich, MD


 596 Anderson Avenue Suite 101

Cliffside Park, NJ  07010

Telephone 201-943-0022

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