Pediatric Eye Care in Saint Anthony Main

Pediatric Eye Care in Saint Anthony Main

Children's Eye Doctors - Dedicated to Helping Kids See Clearly

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Pediatric Eye Care: Why Is It Important?

  • Concerned that your baby’s eyesight may be hindering their development?
  • Do your toddler’s eyes appear misaligned?

Studies show that up to 10% of preschoolers have vision problems. However, kids generally aren't aware there's an issue, and don't complain about their eyes. It is therefore crucial to detect the first signs of vision problems before complications arise.

Give them the clear vision and healthy eyes they deserve by visiting our Saint Anthony Main pediatric eye doctor at Look +See Eye Care.

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Safeguard Your Child’s Vision, Now and In the Future

Your Pediatric Eye Care Professional in Saint Anthony Main

Our optometry practice in Saint Anthony Main

Photograph of Sarah Jerome
Hours
  • Monday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Tuesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Wednesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Thursday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
Insurance Plans
  • VSP
  • Medicare
  • United Healthcare
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross
  • Medica
  • Health Partners
  • Preferred One
  • UCare

4 Signs Your Child May Have a Vision Problem

  • Trouble seeing electronic screens

    Your child sits very close, tilts their head or squints to better see TVs, computer screens and other electronic screens.

  • Difficulty reading or following moving objects

    Your child often loses their place while reading, or can’t track a ball as it moves when playing sports.

  • Headaches & eye strain

    Your child complains of tired eyes or headaches after performing tasks that are visually intensive, such as reading or writing.

  • Missed milestones

    Your child may miss milestones such as crawling and walking, or show signs of poor depth perception.

For your child to successfully engage in sports and achieve their academic potential, they need to have healthy eyes and clear vision. The experienced and caring children's eye doctors at Look +See Eye Care will carefully examine their eyes and provide guidance to ensure your child’s healthy vision.


Pediatric Eye Exams: What You Need to Know

  • Baby’s First Eye Exam- 6 months old

    Though your baby won’t be able to speak yet, we can still assess their eye health. Is there anything abnormal about their eyes' appearance? Do the eyes move in unison? Can your baby’s eyes follow a toy or a familiar face in motion? Do they respond to light? Your child’s general eye health will be assessed for infection, or eye conditions such as an eye turn or potentially sight-threatening eye disease.

  • Eye Exams for Toddlers and Preschoolers: Ages 2 - 5

    At Look +See Eye Care we do our best to make eye exams fun for the little ones; we use toys and other fun objects where possible, and our eye charts for little kids feature colorful shapes or pictures that they’ll recognize. We check for poor depth perception, color vision problems, strabismus/amblyopia (eye turns/lazy eye), and problems with visual focusing. Our optometrist may dilate your preschooler’s pupils to get a better view of their retina, optic nerve and blood vessels.

  • Eye Exams of School-Age Kids: Ages 6 - 18

    For this age group, our eye care team will use advanced technologies to assess refractive errors and determine how well the visual system is functioning. This includes checking for difficulties with distance and near vision and signs of eye disease, eye-coordination problems or other health conditions.

Patient Reviews
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- Dec. 30, 2023
Last minute eye exam - not expecting much. Overall left highly impressed -- great and thorough eye e... xam by the doctor. Fantastic experience working with Bridget to find a frame -- she is incredibly knowledgeable. No pressure by the team to order a pair of glasses -- good variety of frames in varying price points. Parking is in a parking garage with dedicated spots for patients. Scheduling was easy -- done online and also on the phone.
- Dec. 20, 2023
Dr. Jerome is amazing and the staff there was very friendly!
- Dec. 10, 2023
I've been going here since they opened and the quality of their exams is superior to any other place... I've been. In fact, when I've had insurance coverage that did not include Look See, I chose to pay out of pocket than go elsewhere.
- Dec. 10, 2023
My WHOLE family goes to this place. We have tried many other eye doctors but we love look and see. ... They provide such great care.
- Dec. 08, 2023
conscientious and thorough
- Dec. 08, 2023
Love love!
- Dec. 06, 2023
Great care and service. Plus, they always seem to have the most fashionable frames.
- Dec. 05, 2023
I felt that everybody cares and love to help. My doctor is Amazing and I always feel better after th... e visit. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
- Nov. 28, 2023
For last 10 years have been using Dr Jerome and Look+See Eye Care, this is the best Eye care I have ... ever had . Have had glasses basically for my whole life finally found a DR and Clinic I trust . Also they not only look at current state but also review history and can see trends because they use my history. From pressure to cornea wall to macular degeneration a number is nice but rate of change in the number is much more meaningful.
- Oct. 18, 2023
Friendly staff, wonderful doctors, the best eye care experience I've had, and a great selection of g... lasses to boot!
- Oct. 15, 2023
Dr. Jerome is very thorough in her examinations and offers solid advice. Free indoor parking is avai... lable, which is a nice perk to have in that busy neighborhood.
- Oct. 12, 2023
Excellent eye care and free indoor parking
- Oct. 11, 2023
Dr. Jerome and staff are really great at what they do!
- Oct. 10, 2023
Great staff, thorough examinations and professional care. They have a great selection of frames as w... ell!
- Sep. 12, 2023
doc and her staff were fabulous.
- Sep. 03, 2023
I had a great experience here. The place is very clean with a variety of options for sunglasses and ... regular glasses.
- Aug. 31, 2023
Great spot for an eye exam. Staff was friendly, I was in and out very quickly and there was lots of ... parking nearby. The location is beautiful, too!
- Jul. 25, 2023
I've been seeing Dr Sarah Jerome since 2015, and I've recommended this place to anyone who is lookin... g to move to a different eye care clinic. I feel like all of the staff communicate clearly and constantly. Everyone makes it a priority to ensure they're meeting your expectations, and the care received is excellent!
- Jul. 18, 2023
Dr. Jerome and her Team are the top of the League! Dr. Jerome is beyond thorough in utilizing the to... ols available, evaluating family history as well as exploring all other avenues to ensure you receive the most comprehensive care possible.
- Jul. 11, 2023
I love Look+See! I have been seeing Dr. Jerome for years and she is just the best. Everyone on staff... is lovely, knowledgeable, and helpful.

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Pediatric Eye Care FAQs

How do you take care of kids
  • Make sure they wear sunglasses and a hat to protect their eyes from dangerous UV rays when outside.
  • Increase the time they spend outdoors. 
  • Make sure they eat their fruits and veggies. Fruits and veggies high in lutein and zeaxanthin have been found to protect eyes from free radical damage.
  • Schedule regular pediatric eye exams. Detecting and treating eye conditions and diseases commonly found in children, such as strabismus and amblyopia, can help prevent unnecessary struggles and vision problems later in life. The pediatric eye doctor will also check your child’s vision for refractive errors and visual skill deficiencies that might hinder your child’s development.
At what age should I bring my child for their first eye exam?

Our pediatric eye professionals recommend you bring your child in for their first eye exam at around 6 months of age. This allows your child’s eye doctor to check that their vision is progressing as expected. Early detection and treatment of certain conditions at this stage of development are essential for keeping your child’s vision and eye health on track, and can help prevent complications as they grow up.

Can I use Ortho-K lenses if I have dry eye syndrome?

While kids may wear glasses from as early as a few months of age, most kids who wear glasses tend to get them between the ages of 6 and 12. The three main conditions for which they wear eyeglasses are myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness) and astigmatism.


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Your child deserves to see the world clearly!

Look +See Eye Care pediatric eye doctors can help.

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