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Doctor insights on: Alcon Acrysof Iq Lens

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Is polycarbonate eyeglass lens expensive?

Is polycarbonate eyeglass lens expensive?

A little more: Polycarbonate lenses have a higher index of refraction and can be made a little thinner which lightens the eyeglasses and makes them more comfortable. So they charge a little more for them. I consider eyeglass costs way too high for the technology and manufacturing costs, but it is an industry charging what the public will put up with. ...Read more

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Intelligence quotient is score derived from standardized ...Read more


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Crystalens vs Toric Lense for Cataracts/Astigmatism. Which is better?

Crystalens vs Toric Lense for Cataracts/Astigmatism.  Which is better?

Toric IOLs: The Crystalens and Trulign are high tech intraocular lenses called presbyopia-correcting or "premium" IOLs. Crystalens for those who have both cataracts and hyperopia, which causes near vision problems. The Trulign Toric IOL best suited to people who have astigmatism and wish to have improved uncorrected near, intermediate and distance vision after cataract surgery. Be prepared for side effects ...Read more

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What are ortho-k lenses used for: myopia (nearsightedness) or astigmatism?

What are ortho-k lenses used for: myopia (nearsightedness) or astigmatism?

Both: Ortho-k is an expensive and non-sensible treatment. With this, you wear contact lenses while you sleep that mould the cornea. This allows better vision. During the day, the cornea reshapes itself to normal. What this means is that you see well for a few hours and your vision fades as the day progresses. A more sensible and cheaper solution is to wear contact lenses during the day. ...Read more

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Are toric contact lenses effective for my astigmatism?

Are toric contact lenses effective for my astigmatism?

If fit properly: Wearing toric contact lenses is a common way to correct astigmatism. They are comfortable and easy to use. ...Read more

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Could lasik correct astigmatism in a farsighted eye?

Usually: Most patients with hyperopic astigmatism can have their prescription corrected with lasik. Some patients have issues which make them poor lasik candidates so you should see your eye doctor. ...Read more

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Could myopia reverse when using convex lens (magnifying lens).?

Could myopia reverse when using convex lens (magnifying lens).?

No: Lenses do not change the eye. A convex lens would be the opposite of what a myope needs which is a concave lens. ...Read more

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How does acuvue advance for astigmatism differ from acuvue toric lenses?

Toric contact lens: Toric contact lenses correct astigmatism. Acuvue makes 3 astigmatism correcting lenses: acuvue advance for astigmatism, acuvue moist for astigmatism (a 1 day lens) and acuvue oasys for astigmatism (more for dry eye patients). All are toric contact lenses. ...Read more

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My eye power is bc 8.5/sph -6.00 cyl -1.75/ax 180. Can I get lasik eye surgery?

My eye power is bc 8.5/sph -6.00 cyl -1.75/ax 180. Can I get lasik eye surgery?

Most likely yes: With current laser technology, a prescription of sph -6.00 cyl -1.75/ax 180 is able to be corrected very well. To determine if you are a candidate for LASIK, a thorough eye exam that includes measuring the cornea thickness would be needed. ...Read more

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What is diopter in prescription lens?

Power designation: This is a term from optics indicating the light bending ability of the lens in question. The number is generated in the process of refraction in the ophthalmologists office, and then written on the prescription so the optical shop can make the lenses of the proper power. ...Read more

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Are naphcon-a eye drops safe for contact lens use?

Yes: Naphcon-a drops, an over the counter anti-allergic drop, can be used at the same time as you wear your contacts. ...Read more

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Astigmatism but wants contact lenses?

Astigmatism but wants contact lenses?

Readily available: Most manufacturers of contact lenses now have ones available to correct astigmatism. Be mindful that you are entering the presbyopic era (age related difficulty with near vision). See your ophthalmologist for evaluation and lens fitting. ...Read more

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Is wearing contacts for astigmatism effective?

YES: Absolutely! many of the new astigmatism/toric contact lenses provide both excellent vision and comfort. ...Read more

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Disposable contact lenses good for anisometropia?

Disposable contact lenses good for anisometropia?

Yes: Actually any contact lens is good for anisometropia. This term means that there is a significant difference in the prescription of the eyes which can make it difficult for the brain to fuse the images from the two eyes into one. The contact lenses allow the eyes to see images which are more alike in size which makes it easier to fuse the images. ...Read more

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Which is bettee femto lasik or intraocular lenses?

Which is bettee femto lasik or intraocular lenses?

Depends : There are many approaches to provide better vision. Cataract surgery despite all the advantages and even with femto laser assisted cataract surgery still has a higher risk profile than lasik . However if you have visually significant cataracts then lasik a poor choice. ...Read more

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Are naphcon eye drops safe for contact lense use?

Are naphcon eye drops safe for contact lense use?

Not while in eyes: Do not use any drops that are not specifically labeled a safe to use when your contacts are in your eyes. Naphcon can be used occasionally when the lenses are not in. ...Read more

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Are spherical contact lenses recommended for astigmatisms?

Are spherical contact lenses recommended for astigmatisms?

Depends: On how much astigmatism is present. People with small amounts of astigmatism (usually 1 diopter or less) see well with spherical contact lenses. ...Read more

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Contact lens help! can't insert contact lens due to blinking!?

Contact lens help! can't insert contact lens due to blinking!?

Patience, Spread em': Make sure your hands are clean and dry. Use your thumb and forefinger on your opposite hand to hold your eye lids open. Place the lens on the end of your forefinger, like a cup, with a drop of wetting solution. Spreading your eyelids with the one hand, in one move bring the cupped lens to your eye and just barely tap /touch the lens to your eye. Drop sinside should grab the eye and connect. ...Read more