Pediatric Eye Exams

Does your child feel anxious about doctor appointments? Dr. McCulley puts children at ease and talks directly to them without making them feel rushed or nervous. Most kids tell us eye exams are fun!

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Vision Testing

Dr. McCulley will work with your child to find out how well they see, and if glasses are required to help them see better.

Eye Muscle Evaluation, Including Eye Turns (Lazy Eye)

This includes testing with lenses or prisms, “magic” glasses, and checking how the eyes align. Dr. McCulley also tests eye tracking movements.

Depth Perception and Color Vision Testing

Children are asked to put on another pair of “magic” glasses, which act similar to 3D glasses. They are shown a book and asked what they see. This tests depth perception.

Eye Health Examination

Dr. McCulley will evaluate the health of the structures of the eye. Occasionally, drops are required to dilate the eyes.

InfantSEE Assessment

Vision care is essential to every child’s growth, development, and overall health. The American Optometric Association recommends children receive their first eye exam between the ages of 6 months to one year. Through the InfantSEE program, Dr. McCulley provides an eye exam for infants in their first year of life at no cost. Dr. McCulley will examine your infant’s visual acuity, eye movement, eye alignment, eye health and family history. Early detection of eye conditions is critical to your child’s health, wellbeing and learning. Taking your child in for an InfantSEE exam with Dr. McCulley is a great first step for your child’s vision development.

http://www.infantsee.org

McCulley Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy is a highly effective, non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems. We work with children who may have difficulty in school or with reading, eye turns, and short attention spans. Please visit fargovisiontherapy.com to learn more.

Children's Frames

Urgent Eye Problems

Caring for your eyes is our biggest concern. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms below, please call our office at 701-373-2020 to make an appointment with Dr. McCulley as soon as possible.

eye infection

Eye Infection

Eye Pain

Eye Pain

Flashes

Flashes

Allergies

Allergies

Got questions? We’ve got answers.

When should my child have their first eye exam?

Dr. McCulley recommends seeing children as infants, again at age 3, age 5, and yearly after. Dr. McCulley participates in a national health program called InfantSee which provides a free eye exam to infants. We recommend having that exam between 6-12 months of age.

Do you carry frames for children?

Yes. We carry frames for children of all ages. Please come in to view our selection and our opticians will help you choose the best frame for your child that is durable, stylish, and affordable.