Strabismus Surgery Corrects “Lazy Eye” Problems
Eye doctors dislike the term “lazy eye” for lots of reasons. It makes kids feel awkward. It’s inaccurate: The eye does what the brain tells it to do, even when sent incorrect signals. And it’s a loose term for many conditions: eyes crossing inward (esotropia), wandering outward (exotropia), deviating upward or downward (hypertropia or hypotropia),… Read More
Back-to-school Eye Exams: Backpack Filled? Spare Batteries Packed? Eye Exam Scheduled?
That’s right: Getting childrens’ eyes checked should be part of the back-to-school routine, especially if they’ve never had a thorough examination. Kids need strong reading skills, and those depend partly on the ability to perceive what’s in a book, on a tablet or at the other end of the classroom on a smartboard. A back-to-school… Read More