Eye Anatomy: How Do Our Eyes Work?

Eye Anatomy: How Do Our Eyes Work? When we are born our eyes are only 1.6 to 1.7 centimeters in diameter. Over the first three years of life, the eyes grow rapidly, reaching their full size (just shy of one inch, or 2.4 cm) by the age of 13. The visible part of the...

How To Choose The Best Eye Drops for You

How To Choose The Best Eye Drops for You Do you need eye drops, but are unsure of which one to buy? You’ve come to the perfect place to learn about the various types of eye drops out there. Why Are There So Many Eye Drops? Walking down most store pharmaceutical...

A Complete Guide to Strabismus

More commonly known as “crossed eyes,” strabismus is a disorder that causes the eyes not to line up in the same direction or look at the same object.  With strabismus, the eyes can point in (esotropia, or crossed eyes), out (exotropia), up (hypertropia), or down...