Selection Of The Right Eyeglass Lenses?
Morning, I am Muhammad Fajri, a grade 9 student who has minus or nearsighted eyes, please answer as much as possible, sorry I said this, I’m also still curious if we buy plastic lenses with typical optical lenses, what’s the difference, I’m also still curious, Thank you. That’s all I can say thank you
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Disturbance of refraction (refraction) in the eyes can cause mild to severe obstacles for the sufferer to do activities. In mild conditions, this refractive disorder may only make the sufferer feel dizzy, have headaches, and find it difficult to focus and concentrate on the activity that is being done. However, in more severe conditions, this condition could also make the sufferer more at risk of having an accident, whether it is related to work accidents, or motor vehicle accidents that have the potential to be life threatening.
There are various types of refractive errors that can occur, one of which often affects adolescents and young adults is myopia (nearsightedness, minus eye). This condition occurs when the eyeball is too oval, so that the image of a distant object falls not exactly on the retina, but in front of it. This condition will cause sufferers difficulty (blurry) when looking at objects that are far away, but do not have problems when seeing objects that are close.
Overcoming myopia definitively was done with surgery. However, if for one reason or another you cannot undergo surgery, you can do a correction of the vision (sharp vision) of the eye, namely by using the appropriate glasses or contact lenses. Of course, to determine the right glasses, it is necessary to first carry out a comprehensive examination by a doctor or ophthalmologist, which is related to eye vision, the distance between the eyeballs, and other eye conditions in general. Therefore, the choice of eyeglass lenses cannot be arbitrary. Improper use of eyeglass lenses, for example incompatible with eye vision, too thick, too thin, too heavy, or too light, can cause the wearer to feel uncomfortable, and in the end it can actually make myopia worse.
Therefore, you should entrust everything to the experts, including entrusting the handling of your myopia to an ophthalmologist. If you want to make glasses in optics, then check your eye condition first to an ophthalmologist, then take the doctor's prescription to the optic to make the appropriate glasses and lenses.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah