Eye patches for babies
Are you looking for a fabric eye patch for a baby with glasses? Then you have come to the right place!
On this page you will find a range of eye patches for babies with glasses, which can be used as a part of your baby’s visual therapy treatment. This type of eye patch is attached to the inside of the glasses and features a greater degree of stability around the legs of the glasses compared with regular eye patches. They are specially designed by an orthoptist and are skin-safe to wear.
It is important to know that adhesive eye patches are the preferred eye covering option when planning a child’s vision therapy treatment. This is especially important when it comes to babies as, due to their age, there is a greater risk of the eye patch being displaced. See our selection of ‘Adhesive eye patches’.
QUESTIONS ABOUT EYE PATCHES FOR BABIES
The fabric eye patches for babies are recommended for children with glasses under the age of three. If your child is 3+ years old, our fabric eye patches for glasses is recommended.
Yes, the eye patch is safe to use. In relation to ensuring the best possible result of vision training, however, one must be aware that the child does not push the glasses or to patch to the side when using the eye patch. In that case, adhesive eye patches may be a better alternative as they are completely tightly around the eye socket.
On the page 'Guide for eye patches' you can see how to attach the eye patch on the glasses.
Unfortunately, this is not possible. The eye patches are only suitable for children aged 0-3 years, who wear glasses. If you child does not wear glasses, then we recommend our ‘Adhesive eye patches’.