Pediatric Eye Doctor Noblesville Who Cares

Did you know one in every four child has a vision problem that interferes with their leaning? It is important to have your child’s eyes checked at a very early age by a Pediatric Eye Doctor Noblesville. At Amy Walden & Associates, we have been performing pediatric eye care for the Noblesville and surrounding Indianapolis areas for 20 years.

According to the American Optometric Association (AOA), infants should have their first eye exam at around the age of 6 months, then around the age of 3, and just before the child reaches 6 years of age, so right around kindergarten or first grade. Once your child reaches school full time, the AOA recommends an exam every two years if no vision issues are present. If your child has eyeglasses or contact lenses, our pediatric eye doctor recommends an exam every year.

Pediatric Eye Doctor Noblesville Early Detection

Early exams are important to your child’s skills and learning in the classroom. Here is a list of items that will be looked over at a pediatric eye exam:

  • Near vision
  • Distance vision
  • Focusing skills
  • Eye movement skills
  • Binocular (two eyes) coordination
  • Hand-eye-body coordination
  • Peripheral awareness
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Pediatric Eye Doctor Noblesville Facility's Technology

Our Noblesville facility is a full- service eye care practice in which our doctors can perform comprehensive diagnostic tests. Our location has the most up to date technology to optimize your vision. Our main goal is to provide the upmost care to your child’s eyes, while making them as comfortable as possible at their appointment. Many times your child may need glasses and you may not even be aware of it. Our pediatric eye doctor Noblesville will perform a comprehensive exam on your child to determine any issues they may be having and prevention for any eye diseases.

A variety of tests will be performed (depending on the child's age) such as:

Visual Acuity

This test measures and evaluates the clarity of your vision. This test is used to determine the smallest letters you can read on a standardized chart that is 20 feet away. These results are written as a fraction, such as 20/20. This test can be used to determine if your child will need eyeglasses.

Preliminary Tests

Our pediatric eye doctor Noblesville may perform specific tests, if you are having any other vision issues. These tests will also be determined depending on your history. Examples of the test that may be performed by your pediatric eye doctor are: the way your pupils respond to light, color vision, depth perception, eye movements, and peripheral or side vision.


This test is a diagnostic instrument for measuring the curvature of the anterior surface of the cornea. This test would be performed to determine the best fit for contact lenses for your child.


The refraction test will determine what type of prescription your doctor will prescribe for you to improve your vision to 20/20. If you have a refractive error, this means the light is not properly passing through the cornea and retina.

This test tests how well your eyes work together as a team. Your doctor will determine if both eyes aim simultaneously, equally and accurately at the same visual target.

The main goal of all of these vision tests that your pediatric eye doctor Noblesville will perform is to make sure any vision issues are occurring in your child and to have them corrected as quickly as possible. If your child is experiencing any of the following issues, please set up and appointment with one of our doctors today.

Symptoms of pediatric vision problems:

  • Tilting their head
  • Sitting close to the TV
  • Having a book to close to their face while reading
  • Squinting
  • One eye turning in or out
  • Rubbing their eyes frequently
  • Short attention span
  • Light sensitivity
  • Problems with eye-hand-body coordination
  • Avoiding activities they used to love, such as puzzles, reading or coloring

Set up an appointment today with your Pediatric eye doctor Noblesville facility

If your child is in need of a comprehensive eye exam or having any above or vision problems in general, our pediatric eye doctor is available to answer any of your concerns or set up an appointment here for our Noblesville location.

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Noblesville Optomap at Dr. Amy Walden and Associates

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Contact us today if you have any questions on insurance or for one of our pediatric eye doctors. Here are some FAQ’s that may be on your mind before your child’s appointment. We look forward to seeing you at your next appointment.

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Noblesville, IN 46060
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Indianapolis, IN 46220