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Pediatric Hearing & Vision Center

Children regularly undergo hearing tests and vision tests throughout their youth. Hearing exams can identify ear problems ranging from partial hearing impairment to complete deafness. Cochlear implants may help in restoring some hearing. Eye exams may detect eye problems such as vision loss, blindness, nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, lazy eye and more.

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