- at birth: to exclude congenital malformations or diseases
- 1 year: for those children who have a family history of major eye diseases such as strabismus, high myopia, glaucoma, …
- 3 years: to assess the correct morphological and functional development of the visual system.
- 6-7 years
- between 10 and 15 years old
- 40 years
After the ophthalmologist, in each case, will determine the frequency of controls.
NOTE: Whereas children have difficulty recognizing and identifying their visual problems, as they have no point of comparison, it is essential that the parent carefully observe the eyes of their child.