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Carlisle Pike in Silver Spring Twp.
 “I feel kids deserve the at- tention that they’re not get- ting from other dispensaries in the area,”Crull said. “They come in here, they can touch everything, they can feel com-  fortable.”
  The optical store offers  more than 500 frames for chil- dren through teen-agers, in-cluding 120 frames specifial- ly for infants to toddlers.
 Any child who needs glass- es can go to the store with ei-ther a referral from an eye doctor or with a prescription and get glasses in about a week.
 Crull, who previously oper- ated the optical dispensary for pediatric ophthalmologist Dr. Carl Frankel in Harrisburg  and York, knows how difficult
Danielle Crull’s office is ap-pointed with child-size tables and chairs, brightly colored walls, Mickey Mouse cutouts, puzzles books and toys.  It has to cater to children.  They’re the customers at her business, A Child’s Eyes.
 Crull, a master optician cer-tified by the American Board of Opticianry, opened A Child’s Eyes last month at 6423
Danielle Crull, the optician at A ChIld’s Eyes in Silver Spring Twp., Fits Keith Weinhold, 6, with a pair of glasses.