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You move water across your vision when you blink to wash away debris, stabilize your visual field, lubricate and protect against infection. What happens when you don’t produce enough tears though? Dry eye can become a serious problem, as damage to the cornea can occur without proper lubrication. We recommend using artificial tears as the primary treatment for dry eye.
Did you know that children's vision can develop all the way until they are 10 years of age? The eyes are ever changing and children’s eyes are no exception. We take special care with infant vision, pre-school vision and school-aged vision for children. The eyes are continually developing at all of these stages, as good vision is not something your child is initially born with.
Optimum eye health throughout your life can be achieved by ensuring you are doing your part. Vision is one of--if not the--most important of the five senses. It doesn’t take much to damage your vision, but it also doesn’t take much to preserve it. Learn what you can be doing to ensure your eye health stays stable throughout your life.
Vision changes strike everyone at one point or another. Good vision doesn’t begin immediately at birth. Even in infants, vision develops over time. When it comes to recognizing objects and colors, it takes time for infants to see what we see. The eyes continually change throughout decades of time.