Although it’s difficult to estimate how many people in America wear glasses we do know approximately 75% of adults use vision correction. So over 61% are wearing glasses daily. It is easy to overlook the importance of care needed to make sure your glasses meet your everyday needs. When your car is low on […]
Your sense of sight is a product of a collaboration between your brain and your eyes. You may develop amblyopia when one of your eyes is unable to coordinate properly with your brain. This may render you unable to achieve normal eye sharpness even if you use prescription contact lenses or eyeglasses.
Proper eye development and alignment play important roles in your depth perception. They also prevent you from seeing double and having other eyesight errors. “Crossed eyes,” also known as strabismus, is a vision disorder that occurs when your eyes can’t look at the same point at the same time.