Actually, the answer is yes, babies eyes do grow but not very much compared to eyes of adults. In fact, the dimensions differ among adults by.
Babies are born with a lot more neurons than there are in an adult brain, but the The eyes are also about a third of their final size at birth, but they grow faster.
Baby eyes are proportionally larger than adult eyes, but they are still smaller. At birth, our eyes are 75% of the size they will have when we become adults.
No, it is not true that the eyeballs are fully grown at birth. The eyes undergo considerable The length of the eye of a newborn is about mm, while that of a full grown adult is about 24 mm. Answered By: David K Coats MD.