Eyes are probably the most important sensory organs, and are crucial for our senses of perception and surrounding as well as our capability for learning. During childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood, we generally experience no serious problems with our eyes except common refraction disorders like Myopia or Astigmatism. However, with advanced age, serious problems may occur with our eyes which, if left untreated properly, may result in vision loss.
Given the critical role of the eye, it is essential to take good care of it. Regular eye exams can help detect and prevent eye diseases, such as Glaucoma, Cataracts, and Macular Degeneration. Early detection and treatment of these conditions can help prevent vision loss or even blindness.