SHOP FOR FRAMES
Located within our store in Mechanicsburg are more than 600 frames for infants through teens and in our York location we have more than 300 for kids. Online we sell six of A Child's Eyes' own brand of frames made of a special, flexible material called TR90. To see our full selection of frames, visit one of our store front locations.
OUR ONLINE SELECTION
The Precious is the smallest of our TR90 frames suitable for the smallest 4-6month babies and toddlers with petite or narrow faces. It's a cute funky shape that fits well without covering up your little cutie's face.
Peanut is the next smallest size suitable for 6month old babies through 18 month old toddlers. Older children with small faces may be able to wear this as well. The deeper square shape fits higher on the bridge and frames your child's eye nicely.
Pipster is a classic oval shape suitable for 6 month old babies though 18 months old toddler. 2-3 year-olds with arrow faces may be able to wear this frame as well. It's oval shape sits slightly lower on the nose than the Peanut. Works well with rounder faces.
Peppy is definitely the frame for your active toddler and preschooler for ages 2-4. The Peppy is a perfect size to follow the Peanut frame. It sits higher on the nose making hard for your child to look over and the shape is perfect for a little one who wants to be all grown up.
Playdate is perfect for your 3-5 year old. Ready to match up with all your little ones friends. The shape is similar to Peppy but sitting a little lower on the face. Being only a half size bigger than Peppy, it's perfect for moving up without feeling like the new frame covers too much of your little one's face.
Popstar is for your “all grown up” superstars! Suitable for ages 4-6 years of age. Identical in shape to Playdate but larger. It's a perfect frame to keep your active child safe when he or she is off on new adventures.
Apple Patty Patches is a delightful story about a little girl who loves apples but can't see them well with both of her eyes. Geared towards 3-8 year olds this book will help you explain to your child just what is happening to his or her eyes. Apple Patty succeeds in her occlusion therapy and your child will too.
One of the main concerns I hear from doctors all the time is that when children have bifocals in their glasses they don't use them correctly. In addition to that, parents tell me over and over that they don't know if their child is using the bifocal, or even how to tell. "Banana Bobby Gets Bifocals" addresses these concerns in a fun and innovative way.
These rulers are great for patients of any age, but especially for children. The quick and easy to read design is made for taking measurements with ease. The bright colors make this measuring device look non-threatening to your littlest patients. The larger numbers allow you to take measurements quickly and with confidence.