Eye care for children is much different from that of an adult and even drastically different than that of a senior adult. A child’s ability to see develops rapidly in the first months of life.
If you are a teenager you will be experiencing your own unique visual issues. The teen years often bring about the first signs of inability to see at distances.
In your adult years you’ve most likely have learned to deal with your glasses or contact lenses in order to see. Eye care in adults is important in that as our eyes age or vision often worsens.
By age 65, 1-in-3 Americans have some form of vision-impairing eye disease. It’s vital that seniors get regular eye exams to check for vision conditions that can lead to partial or permanent vision loss.