Category: Baby Vision

Cataracts in Babies (Congenital Cataracts)

Congenital Cataracts

If you are told that your newborn baby has a genetic cataract, this implies that the eye’s natural lens is cloudy instead of clear. Vision might be hindered to the level that cataract surgery may be required for elimination of your child’s natural lens (that is, the cataract).

Updated: May 29, 2017 — 1:25 am

Buying Best Glasses for Kids

Glasses for Kids

If you’re a parent looking for the right pair of glasses for your child, you probably understand that walking into an optical shop can be complicated. There is no scarcity of children’s glasses frames. The problem is: how do you find out which ones: a) your child will want to use; and b) will last longer than […]

Updated: June 6, 2017 — 11:03 am

Vision Therapy For Children

Vision therapy resembles physical therapy for the visual system

Vision therapy is possibly among the most controversial topics in vision care. Some optometrist are strong advocates for vision therapy and affirm to its benefits – especially for particular vision problems of children. However other optometrist are not encouraged of vision therapy’s effectiveness and do not recommend it.

Updated: May 25, 2017 — 7:07 am

What Causes Short Sightedness in Children

What Causes Short Sightedness in Children

Parents — especially those who are nearsighted and had to wear glasses throughout childhood — are frequently worried about the causes of myopia and whether their children are doomed to being nearsighted, too. If this sounds like you, attempt not to worry excessive.

Updated: June 6, 2017 — 11:02 am

Myopia Progression: Does Short Sightedness Get Worse With Age?

Myopia Progression: Does Short Sightedness Get Worse With Age?

Are your child’s eyes becoming worse every year? Some children who develop myopia (nearsightedness) have a continuous progression of their myopia throughout the school years, consisting of high school. And while the cost of annual eye tests and new glasses every year can be a monetary strain for some households, the long-term dangers related to […]

Updated: June 6, 2017 — 11:02 am

When Do Babies’ Eyes Change Color?

Elevated Intraocular Pressure In Children

Your baby’s eyes may be a beautiful shade of blue now, but will that constantly hold true? Here’s how to tell when your baby will go through modifications in eye color.

Updated: May 23, 2017 — 7:52 pm

Goopy Eyes in Children

Goopy Eyes in Children

Your child may have drain from the eyes that causes matter to build up in the corners or along the eyelashes. She might have other symptoms also such as pain, eye redness or eyelid swelling. Parents of kids who can not verbalize their symptoms have to expect signs such as goopy eyes or eye rubbing […]

Updated: May 18, 2017 — 5:13 pm

Bloodshot Eyes in Children

Bloodshot Eyes in Children

Bloodshot eyes take place frequently in children, typically showing inflammation of the eye surface. This results in dilation of tiny surface area capillary and the appearance of bloodshot eyes. Although this symptom may be alarming, the underlying cause is often not serious. Typical causes of bloodshot eyes in children consist of infections, allergies and irritants. […]

Updated: June 6, 2017 — 5:41 pm

Contacts for Children

Contrast sensitivity

Are contact lenses safe for children? Parents regularly ask eye doctors this question when kids first reveal an interest in using contacts. However a child’s maturity and capability to handle contact lenses properly is more vital than age alone.

Updated: June 7, 2017 — 7:04 pm

Infant’s Vision Development

Infant's Vision Development

Among the greatest minutes when having a child is the very first time your newborn child or boy opens their eyes and makes eye contact with you. But don’t be worried if that does not take place right away.

Updated: April 20, 2017 — 4:20 pm
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