Behavioural Optometry

What is the difference between eyesight and vision?

Eyesight is:

Movement of the eyes such as focus (accommodation), eye movements (vergence) and the teaming of the eyes (binocular vision). The ability to work easily and efficiently through a school or workday, the eyes need to work accurately together.

Vision is:

A complex process incorporating/integrating eyesight, brain function and perception. These work together effortlessly and efficiently to determine how and what you see.

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