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Low Vision Aid

Modern prescription eyeglasses can correct the vision of most people to near 20/20. For some, however, regular spectacle lenses are not able to restore full vision; the American ophthalmic community defines a "low-vision" patient as someone whose vision cannot be corrected to at least 20/60 with common prescription lenses. These individuals often need special aids for reading and other daily chores.

However, it is not possible or appropriate for Myoptica to give such patients detailed advice concerning which vision aids they should choose. If you or a family member has been diagnosed with uncorrectable low vision in one or both eyes, you should consult your vision care professional for specific recommendations about magnifying glasses, telescopes, and frame-mounted loupes which may help you enjoy better functional vision and quality of life. Once you have this professional advice, we welcome you to obtain the recommended aids, with the world-class quality of Zeiss optics, through our website.






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