Eye Care Management
Prescribing Eyeglasses: Just the Beginning
In today’s visually-oriented world most people have seen an optometrist professionally or have a family member or friend who has done so. The visit may have been for eyeglasses or contact lenses. However, prescribing and dispensing glasses and lenses is only the tip of the iceberg
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Proper centration (the adjustment of the eyeglass lenses to the frame) is as important as an accurate prescription for optimal vision. Many things are taken into account, such as the distance between the eyes and pupils, the proportions of the face, the tilt and wrap of the frames, and even posture, to accurately position the lenses.Read more
After your eye has been completely numbed using “eye drop” anesthesia, an eyelid holder will be placed between your eyelids to prevent you from blinking.
Next, an instrument known as a microkeratone makes a protective flap of the cornea, which is gently folded back. During this process you may feel a little pressure and the microscope light will