GROW UP AND SEE WELL – I WILL ACCOMPANY YOU AND YOUR EYES AS THEY GROW
It takes ten years for full development of visual acuity in children – for some children it can even take 12 years. Although newborns still see blurred, they can perceive light-dark contrasts.
Around four percent of all newborn children have strabism (squint). In more than a half, the misalignment of the eyes can be corrected with appropriate glasses. The other half requires strabismus treatment, sometimes surgery, which can be done at any age.