Little Eyes moves to Range Line Road

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The new Little Eyes location features bright colors in a kid-friendly space. The office has extended its afternoon hours. (Submitted photo)

By Heather Collins

Little Eyes has moved to a new space at 1372 S. Range Line Rd. in Carmel.

Dr. Katherine Schuetz of Little Eyes and RevolutionEYES said the pediatric eye care office moved in mid-May because it was running out of room at its previous location, 726 Adams St. in Carmel.

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“Our patient base has continued to grow and grow, so we needed more space to accommodate the families whom we are fortunate to care for,” Schuetz said.

Schuetz said the new office has the same fun, bright colors of the former space, but in different ways. Every  room in the office are color-themed, and the office features a Pac-Man game in the kid-friendly waiting area.

Little Eyes opened in August 2013 after optometrist Jeremy Ciano of Carmel-based RevolutionEYES discovered his 4-year-old son wanted an eye care experience with chairs and equipment just for kids.

“Pediatric specialists have developed techniques to get the most information from our young patients in a really fun way,” Schuetz said.

Little Eyes is the only primary care pediatric eye care office in Indiana. It provides preventative eye care, exams, children’s eye glasses, parent education, treatment and office space geared toward making children feel comfortable while still obtaining a thorough eye exam that surpasses school screenings and pediatric visits.

“We have dedicated ourselves to educating parents that all children need preventative eye care, just as kids need well checks at the pediatrician and dentist,” Schuetz said. “Making sure children have the best vision possible accelerates learning, depth perception and visual awareness, all of which are critical for optimum development in multiple areas of lives, including school and sports. We love seeing kids of all ages, and we have something for everyone, even when the child is seeing perfectly.”

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