Smoking does not just increase your risk of heart disease, cancer, and other diseases, but can also damage your eyes. Although some changes to your eyes, such as dry eye, can be reversed, others c ...View Article
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Every 5-year-old needs an eye exam even if he or she looks normal and has no complaints. Permanent damage frequently occurs if anisometropia or amblyopia is not treated before age seven. A school or pediatrician screening is no substitute for an eye exam.
A pediatric eye health checkup is a fun, relaxing experience. New high-tech equipment and good old-fashioned care by an experienced doctor help ensure accurate measurements.