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  • This is a video to get kids to get ready for their eye exam.

  • Hi, my name is Dr. Vicky Fischer.

  • I'm pediatric optometrist, sometimes called an eye doctor for kids.

  • I'm going to show you how I check your eyes to make sure they are healthy and that you can see your best.

  • Are you ready for your eye exam? Yes! Great, let's go.

  • First we're going to use a special camera

  • called an autorefractor

  • to help me know if you need glasses.

  • Look inside, what do you see?

  • Cool!

  • Look at the farm and open your eyes really big.

  • The first number tells me if you're nearsighted or farsighted

  • and the second member tells me how much astigmatism you have. Yay!!! We did it! Who gets a sticker?

  • Now let's go to the exam room.

  • Have a seat in the big grey chair.

  • First, we measure your visual acuity

  • which is the smallest line of letters you can see.

  • The eye chart is seen through a mirror to create distance of 20 ft.

  • For kids who haven't learned their letters yet,

  • I designed a special eye chart that uses the shapes to check their vision.

  • Even one year olds can start to practice their shapes at home before their eye exam.

  • This is a circle. Circle! Moon,

  • star, heart,

  • and triangle!

  • What is that? What is that shape? Circle!

  • What is that one? Heart!

  • Now I'm going to check your near visual acuity

  • and make sure your eyes are straight.

  • Watch the shape. Its going to jump! It's a moon!

  • This is a phoropter.

  • It's like a big telescope.Can you see what shape that is? Moon!

  • What happens when I do that?

  • Better or worse?

  • Worse!

  • What happens when I do that?

  • Does that get better or worse?

  • Worse!

  • You're right.

  • What happens when I do that? Better!

  • Can you show me where the star is? Yay!

  • Can you see where the circle is?

  • Where's the circle?

  • Where's the triangle? Which one is the triangle? Yay!! You're right, that's the triangle.

  • Now, we're going to check for color vision.

  • This is a circle,

  • star,

  • square.

  • Can you find the star? Very good, it's this one. I'm going to check your eye pressure. I'm going to get very close and you'll hear a few beeps.

  • I'm going to dilate your eyes to get a better look at the inside of your eyes.

  • It takes twenty minutes for the drops to work. So, if you need glasses you should try on frames while you wait. Your near vision will be blurry for the next 2-4 hours and you should wear sunglasses if its sunny outside. Now it's time to finish the exam.

  • This is a special light to look at the health of the inside of your eye.

  • I'm going to look at your eye with this big

  • magnifying glass.

  • Follow the toy

  • Look at the toy. Good job.

  • Thank you so much for coming in for your eye exam today.

  • It was a lot of fun and I look forward to seeing you for your routine

  • eye exam next year.

This is a video to get kids to get ready for their eye exam.

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