Children & Teens

Our collection is specially curated to provide stylish and functional eyewear options that prioritise comfort, durability, and, of course, great vision. At Eye Max, we are committed to enhancing your child’s visual experience and overall eye health.

Trendy Styles

We believe that eyewear should be both fashionable and functional. Our collection features an extensive array of trendy frames designed to suit various tastes and preferences. From vibrant colours to sleek and modern designs, we have something to match every young individual’s style.

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Superior Quality

Durability is a crucial aspect of eyewear for children and teens, as we understand that accidents can happen. Our frames are crafted using high-quality materials, ensuring they can withstand the active lifestyles of youngsters. We prioritise sturdiness without compromising on style, providing eyewear that lasts.

Comfortable Fit

We know how important it is for eyewear to be comfortable, especially for younger wearers who may be new to wearing glasses. Our frames are carefully selected to offer a comfortable fit, with features like adjustable nose pads and flexible temples. We strive to make wearing glasses a seamless and enjoyable experience.

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FAQs About Glasses For Children & Teens

1How old should my kid be when they have their first eye exam?

Somewhere within the ages of three and five, it is advised that children undergo their first thorough eye examination. However, regardless of your child's age, it is best to arrange an eye test if you detect any indications of vision issues or have worries about their eyesight.

2How often should my child's eyes be checked?

Children should have regular eye exams as recommended by their eye care professional. Generally, it is advisable to have their eyes checked every one to two years, especially during their school years when vision changes occur.

3What are the indications that my kid could require glasses?

Frequent headaches, eye strain, squinting, excessive eye rubbing, holding objects too near to the face, and difficulty reading or seeing distant objects are a few symptoms your child may require glasses for.

4Can my child or teen choose their own glasses?

Yes! Allowing your child to participate in selecting their own glasses can help make them feel more comfortable and confident. Encourage them to choose a style and colour while ensuring the frames fit properly and meet their visual needs.

5Are there specific lens materials recommended for children's glasses?

Polycarbonate lenses are popular for children's glasses due to their impact resistance and durability. They provide excellent protection for active kids and are more un-susceptible to scratches compared to other lens materials.

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