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Dominick M. Maino, OD,MEd, FAAO, FCOVD-A

There are developmental optometrists all over the world. Go to http://www.covd.org for more info. Also for up to date information on kids vision check out http://mainosmemos.blogspot.com.

I'm a Professor at the Illinois College of Optometry http://www.ico.edu and in private practice at http://www.nw.optometry.net..both URLs along with my blog offers lots of info...

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katherine

Hey M,

Thanks for this post. I suspect the same of my daughter (and my self - Oh how I wish I could blame hubby for this!) I have been dragging my feet on looking for a DO. Does it hurt when you take them in? Do they "paperclip" your kids eyes? Do they dilate them? Should any of this matter in terms of my daughters ocular health? No, but have these concerns kept me from looking more deeply? Yes! Who's looking like the bad parent now?

Also, thanks for the email. I'm thinking....

Maria

Katherine:
No to all of the above! Ms D is really really not so happy with dr's she was scared but they did all the typical tests for her plus a few others and it was NO problem whatsoever! I'll write you via email in more detail, but for a girl who doesn't' like dr's she did fine. No dilation, no paperclips. Check out some of the links I gave, too, may set your mind at ease.

M

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