Family Vision & Eye Care

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714 G St.
Rupert, Idaho 83350

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Eye Examinations

We are trained to comprehensively examine the eyes and visual system of infants to the elderly. We recommend that infants have their eyes checked at 6 months (often done by your pediatrician or family physician), then children at age 3 and just before entering kindergarten or first grade. Children need not know the alphabet to have their eyes examined.

We evaluate the eyes for any refractive error (nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism) and determine if glasses or contact lenses are needed.

We test how well the eyes work together and change focus from distance to near. This type of testing is especially important for children as early detection can prevent developing a lazy eye (amblyopia). Children also are using their visual system heavily to learn during school, so alleviating eyestrain with the proper prescription, or in some cases vision therapy is crucial.

We carefully check for eye diseases including glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts. Many eye diseases are more prevalent as we age. Our practice has invested key equipment that provides valuable information in detection and evaluating progression in important diseases. We are able to treat and manage many of these conditions, so you don’t have to travel out of town unnecessarily.

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Family Vision & Eye Care
714 G St. Rupert, ID 83350
Phone: (208)436-3455
Our optometry practice has been serving south central Idaho for over 40 years. We provide eye exams, urgent medical eye care, glasses and contact lenses.