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Photoscreening is a pediatric vision screening technique wherein a camera and flash are used to determine refractive errors and identify risk factors for amblyopia.1
A photoscreener detects amblyopic risk factors such as hyperopia, myopia, and anisometropia and estimates their severity.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) now recommends photoscreening beginning at ages 1-3.2
Photoscreening is now a standard of pediatric care. At GoCheck Kids, we now have over 4,500 pediatricians using our photoscreener to detect amblyopia risk factors in children too young for a visual acuity test.
Our customers range from pediatric offices in almost every state to large medical groups spanning multiple states or regions.
Want to learn more about how photoscreening can help you meet the AAP recommendations and fill a major care void? Book an exploratory call today!