The Difference Between Cylindrical Glasses And Minus Glasses When Viewed Directly?
What is the difference between cylindrical glasses and minus glasses when viewed directly? You see, my eyes are cylindrical and I have been wearing glasses since last year. But why do I feel like my glasses are no different from normal glasses?
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Glasses are tools / media used to correct refractive abnormalities. The difference in glasses for the type of refractive disorder lies in the lens used. Minus glasses are used to correct nearsightedness and the lens used is a concave lens while in cylindrical glasses use a cylindrical lens that is specifically designed to correct astigmatism (cylinder eyes).
If you are wearing glasses and feel that there is no improvement in seeing, it is better for you to see your eye specialist to re-examine your eyes. It is intended that the doctor can adjust the results of the examination with prescription glasses that will be given.
However, with the outbreak of COVID-19 if your complaint can still be resolved at this time it is advisable to remain at home and postpone seeing a doctor unless there are emergencies such as sudden blurry eye, pain in the eye, or it has disturbed your activities. If you really have to see a doctor and you have symptoms of breathing problems, wear a mask and avoid using public transportation.
So, hopefully useful. Stay healthy.