Researchers found that most children are visual learners. In fact, around 80% of what they know has been acquired by what they have seen through demonstrations, pictures or visual aids. This means that your children’s performance in school largely depends on how good their eyesight is.
Nearsightedness or myopia is the most common refractive error. While it’s usually detected during your younger years, it can affect anyone at any age. Insight Vision Center Optometry, your trusted orthokeratology clinic, explains how it develops and ways to manage this problem.
Amblyopia is a vision disorder that happens when one or both of your eyes do not fully develop. It’s a common problem among infants and children. Insight Vision Center Optometry, your trusted vision therapy center, discusses this problem in more detail below.
Myopia, also referred to as near- or short-sightedness, occurs when the distance between the front and back parts of your eyes is too great. As a result, light rays fall in front of the retina instead of settling directly on it. This refractive error may also develop when your cornea is too large or its […]