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Does Irregular Use Of Glasses Worsen Eyesight
Not at all: Glasses are like crutches - their job is not to heal you, only to help you with what you've got. The eye's prescription is essentially a product of its shape; glasses correct the prescription caused by the eye's shape, but do not cause the eye's shape to change for the better or for the worse. In young children there is a possibility of worsening vision from not using glasses, however. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sight is the sum of the light receptive and integrative capacity of the eye including best vision, color vision, night vision, depth vision, field of vision and the ability to track objects in motion. An ophthalmologist can measure these and determine the function of ...Read more
Yes, in the past: In fact, pinhole eyeglasses were often used a few hundred years ago. The problem with the pinhole is that it makes things appear dimmer, reduces peripheral vision, and just as with all glasses, cannot prevent or stop vision changes. A person would have better focus only while wearing the glasses, but the above side effects make pinhole glasses impractical. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do I keep seeing stuff like bright lights with my vision? My eyesight is healthy and I have glasses? What is this?
I have glasses that i started this year but I use to have good eyesight. Now it's become terrible, how can I improve it?
Ophthalmologist: I suggest you see an ophthalmologist. Sounds like something is going on that should be check out.. ...Read more
My eyesight is getting a bit blurry , not really blurry but things seem blurrier than before , will i need glasses or is it normal?
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