When your baby is born, its vision is not fully developed – and that’s one of the reasons newborns are so sensitive to light!
At the very beginning, they only have minimal peripheral vision and are still developing their central vision. They don’t have retinas until the second or third week of life. So how does your baby’s vision develop, and how do you know if you need the help of a children’s ophthalmologist? We discuss the information in this article.
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