Can I Use Glasses With A Minus Value That Is Not Appropriate?
Good afternoon … I want to ask about the minus glasses ready to use / directly so commonly sold at the mall or street vendor sunglasses. Both lenses have the same amount of minus glasses. Can it be used for people who have minus eyes that differ right-left? For example, my right eye is minus 6 and the left eye is minus 7, but I wear glasses that are ready to use the second lens is minus 6? Thank you …
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Myopia or nearsightedness is a condition in the eye where the image does not fall directly on the retina, but in front of the retina. Symptoms experienced by sufferers of myopia are a sensation of dizziness, distant vision becomes blurred, can be accompanied by a recurring headache. One of the treatment of nearsighted eyes is the use of visual aids such as glasses, contact lenses, or invasive measures such as LASIK.
In this disorder, nearsightedness has a degree of abnormality marked by the minus value of glasses that can be measured with several tools such as auto refractometer, the use of trial lenses to determine the size of the lens strength needed to improve vision ability as fully and optimally as possible as normal.
For your current condition, it is not recommended to use eyeglass lenses that are incompatible with your eye condition. It is recommended to do a thorough examination of the ophthalmologist to determine the size of the lens strength, lens angle, and other abnormalities in the eye that need to be treated such as the need for progressive lenses, cylindrical lenses, and other conditions. For more information on nearsightedness can access this link.
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