Low vision patients may benefit from hands-free vision devices for improving their quality of life. Such options include the use of microscopic, prismatic, and telescopic glasses.
Provide Crisp, Clear, Vision Without The Blurriness Associated With Other Types Of Strong Lenses. They Are Often Used For Close-Up Work Such As Reading, Writing, And Sewing.
These Can Best Be Described As Powerful Reading Glasses. Prisms Help Prevent Eye Strain Through The Use Of Spherical Lenses Which Aid In Converging And Magnifying Images.
Telescopic Options Include Bioptic Glasses For Enhancing Long-Distance Vision And Enlarging The Field Of Vision. Many People With Low Vision Have Difficulty Recognizing Faces. These Glasses May Be Helpful.
Several U.S. States Permit The Use Of Bioptic Glasses For Low Vision Drivers. These Glasses Feature Telescopes Affixed To Standard Glasses. They May Either Be Binocular Or Monocular And May Be Focusable Or Have A Fixed Focus.
Since every person has different needs and visual ability, If you are diagnosed with low vision and would like to know more about specialty glasses and other vision aids for your condition, schedule an appointment with our low vision optometrist to find out more. Our low vision optometrist is best equipped to determine which devices or specialized eyewear would be most beneficial for you.