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Visual Aids Centre is a well-known facility of contact lenses. To treat your eyesight, we offer all brands of contact lenses at the most competitive prices. Myopia treatment, Hyperopia, or Astigmatism – whatever problem you are facing, we provide you the best aid with our wide range of contact lenses. We have the entire range of daily, fortnightly, monthly disposable, and cosmetic contact lenses.

Besides the regular contact lenses, we also have an exclusive contact lenses clinic for special contact lenses. These special contact lenses are worn for medical reasons, i.e., there are certain eye conditions where the vision does not improve with glasses and contact lenses are advised for medical reasons. A few of these conditions are keratoconus, irregular cornea, post Lasik ectasia, etc.

FAQ

1. What is Myopia?

If you see nearby things very clearly and when looking at distant things, it becomes blurred. So you may have Myopia. It is also called nearsightedness. It is a common eye disease that is fixed by surgery, contact lenses, and glasses.

2. What exactly happened in Myopia?

In Myopia, the shape of your eyes diverts the rays of light in the wrong direction. In such a situation, the ray of light, instead of going to your retina, gets focused on the front image.

3. What Causes Myopia?

Myopia occurs when the eyeball is too long or the cornea becomes too curved. In such a situation, the light that falls on your eyes is not able to focus correctly. In medical language, this is called refractive error.

4. Can Myopia be easily Corrected?

Yes, Myopia is corrected with the help of an optometrist. An optometrist is an eye doctor who will treat you with myopia correction lenses, glasses, or Lasik surgery.

5. Do Electronic Devices Cause Myopia?

Researchers continue to explore the relationship between Myopia and electronic devices. There are possibilities of Myopia likely to increase with electronic devices like computers.

6. Does Myopia Correct on its own?

No, nearsightedness or Myopia does not cure itself. Even after a good routine or eye exercise, the chances of recovery are significantly less. To treat this, you have to use eyeglasses or myopia correction lenses.

7. Which Lens used to Correct Myopia?

A concave lens is used to correct Myopia or nearsightedness. A concave lens is an inward curved lens that is placed in front of the eyes with Myopia. With the help of this Lens, the image was brought back to the retina to see distant things.

8. What are the Symptoms of Having Myopia?

If you have Myopia, you will see the following symptoms:

  • Distant things appear blurred.
  • Having a headache
  • Wringing out
  • Eye Strain
  • Tired of eyes seeing distant things
  • Children with Myopia cannot read.
    Myopia can be easily treated with prescribed eyeglasses and contact lenses.
9. Can I wear Contact Lens in Myopia?

Contact lenses are also medical devices. It is designed to correct your common refractive vision defect. Contact lenses are the safest and effective way to treat Myopia.

10. Can I also Wear Coloured Contact Lenses in Myopia?

There are a variety of colored contact lenses on the market that you can wear in Myopia. These are the prescribed contact lenses by the optometrist. An optometrist is an eye doctor who also prescribed you for wearing these contact lenses.

11. Do I have to Wear Contact Lenses or Eyeglasses all the time in Myopia?

It is not necessary that you have to wear contact lenses or glasses at all times in Myopia. During activities like watching TV or driving, you will have to wear correction lenses. How much Myopia do you have? Even then, it depends on how long you have to wear eyeglasses or contact lenses.

12. Will my Eyesight become Weaker if I do not wear Contact Lenses or Eyeglasses in Myopia?

A person with a myopia defect is required to wear eyeglasses or contact lenses. The excessive focus of the eyes keeps them at risk of deterioration. Myopia will increase more over time if not treated properly.

13. Can I be Blind if Myopia is not treated properly?

In Myopia, correct treatment and precautions of the eyes are vital. When normal Myopia leads to high Myopia, then there are chances of complications leading to blindness. Your eyes doctor can help you to treat Myopia with surgery, eyeglasses, and contact lenses.

14. Do Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses slow down Myopia in Children?

By the use of contact lenses and eyeglasses, children can see clearly in Myopia. But there is no proof to slow down the progression of Myopia using eyeglasses or contact lenses. Children need extra eye care to cure Myopia. The eyeglasses are more suitable than contact lenses are more suitable for children with Myopia.

15. I have Myopia. Should I Wear Glasses every day or Occasionally?

Your doctor’s optometrist can only give the right answer to this question. In many cases of Myopia, sometimes you have to wear eyeglasses daily. Sometimes you only need glasses for some activities. Contact your doctor as soon as possible. He can suggest the precautions if you have Myopia.

16. When am I not Wearing Contact Lenses?

The first thing you should know from your doctor is whether or not you should wear contact lenses. Sometimes the shape of the eyes does not allow you to wear contact lenses. Only your eye doctor can tell whether you should wear contact lenses in Myopia.

17. Is LASIK Surgery the Best Treatment for Myopia?

LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis) surgery is seen as an effective treatment for Myopia. Myopia is corrected by restructuring the shape of the cornea within this surgery. The tissues in front parts of your eyes are permanently reshaped.

18. What is Ortho-k Therapy for the Treatment of Myopia?

Ortho-k (Orthokeratology) is a non-surgical procedure in which the cornea’s shape is restructured with rigid contact lenses. It is also known as corneal refractive therapy (CRT). The fixed contact lenses are there on the front part of the eyes to pressurize it. Over time the cornea takes to reshape it.

FAQ

1. What is Myopia?

If you see nearby things very clearly and when looking at distant things, it becomes blurred. So you may have Myopia. It is also called nearsightedness. It is a common eye disease that is fixed by surgery, contact lenses, and glasses.

2. What exactly happened in Myopia?

In Myopia, the shape of your eyes diverts the rays of light in the wrong direction. In such a situation, the ray of light, instead of going to your retina, gets focused on the front image.

3. What Causes Myopia?

Myopia occurs when the eyeball is too long or the cornea becomes too curved. In such a situation, the light that falls on your eyes is not able to focus correctly. In medical language, this is called refractive error.

4. Can Myopia be easily Corrected?

Yes, Myopia is corrected with the help of an optometrist. An optometrist is an eye doctor who will treat you with myopia correction lenses, glasses, or Lasik surgery.

5. Do Electronic Devices Cause Myopia?

Researchers continue to explore the relationship between Myopia and electronic devices. There are possibilities of Myopia likely to increase with electronic devices like computers.

6. Does Myopia Correct on its own?

No, nearsightedness or Myopia does not cure itself. Even after a good routine or eye exercise, the chances of recovery are significantly less. To treat this, you have to use eyeglasses or myopia correction lenses.

7. Which Lens used to Correct Myopia?

A concave lens is used to correct Myopia or nearsightedness. A concave lens is an inward curved lens that is placed in front of the eyes with Myopia. With the help of this Lens, the image was brought back to the retina to see distant things.

8. What are the Symptoms of Having Myopia?

If you have Myopia, you will see the following symptoms:

  • Distant things appear blurred.
  • Having a headache
  • Wringing out
  • Eye Strain
  • Tired of eyes seeing distant things
  • Children with Myopia cannot read.
    Myopia can be easily treated with prescribed eyeglasses and contact lenses.
9. Can I wear Contact Lens in Myopia?

Contact lenses are also medical devices. It is designed to correct your common refractive vision defect. Contact lenses are the safest and effective way to treat Myopia.

10. Can I also Wear Coloured Contact Lenses in Myopia?

There are a variety of colored contact lenses on the market that you can wear in Myopia. These are the prescribed contact lenses by the optometrist. An optometrist is an eye doctor who also prescribed you for wearing these contact lenses.

11. Do I have to Wear Contact Lenses or Eyeglasses all the time in Myopia?

It is not necessary that you have to wear contact lenses or glasses at all times in Myopia. During activities like watching TV or driving, you will have to wear correction lenses. How much Myopia do you have? Even then, it depends on how long you have to wear eyeglasses or contact lenses.

12. Will my Eyesight become Weaker if I do not wear Contact Lenses or Eyeglasses in Myopia?

A person with a myopia defect is required to wear eyeglasses or contact lenses. The excessive focus of the eyes keeps them at risk of deterioration. Myopia will increase more over time if not treated properly.

13. Can I be Blind if Myopia is not treated properly?

In Myopia, correct treatment and precautions of the eyes are vital. When normal Myopia leads to high Myopia, then there are chances of complications leading to blindness. Your eyes doctor can help you to treat Myopia with surgery, eyeglasses, and contact lenses.

14. Do Contact Lenses and Eyeglasses slow down Myopia in Children?

By the use of contact lenses and eyeglasses, children can see clearly in Myopia. But there is no proof to slow down the progression of Myopia using eyeglasses or contact lenses. Children need extra eye care to cure Myopia. The eyeglasses are more suitable than contact lenses are more suitable for children with Myopia.

15. I have Myopia. Should I Wear Glasses every day or Occasionally?

Your doctor’s optometrist can only give the right answer to this question. In many cases of Myopia, sometimes you have to wear eyeglasses daily. Sometimes you only need glasses for some activities. Contact your doctor as soon as possible. He can suggest the precautions if you have Myopia.

16. When am I not Wearing Contact Lenses?

The first thing you should know from your doctor is whether or not you should wear contact lenses. Sometimes the shape of the eyes does not allow you to wear contact lenses. Only your eye doctor can tell whether you should wear contact lenses in Myopia.

17. Is LASIK Surgery the Best Treatment for Myopia?

LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis) surgery is seen as an effective treatment for Myopia. Myopia is corrected by restructuring the shape of the cornea within this surgery. The tissues in front parts of your eyes are permanently reshaped.

18. What is Ortho-k Therapy for the Treatment of Myopia?

Ortho-k (Orthokeratology) is a non-surgical procedure in which the cornea’s shape is restructured with rigid contact lenses. It is also known as corneal refractive therapy (CRT). The fixed contact lenses are there on the front part of the eyes to pressurize it. Over time the cornea takes to reshape it.

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