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Could wearing glasses harm your vision?

Could wearing glasses harm your vision?

Glasses: Wearing the correct spectacle lens correction does not harm your vision. ...Read more

Dr. Tim Conrad
761 doctors shared insights

Glasses (Definition)

Glasses is a term that describes a pair of lenses that are placed in a frame to be worn to correct faulty vision ...Read more


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Please tell me, could wearing glasses cause astigmatism?

Please tell me, could wearing glasses cause astigmatism?

No: Astigmatism is caused by a toric (football) shape to the cornea, and rarely by the lens in the eye. Wearing glasses will not cause astigmatism. ...Read more

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Can you get better than 20/20 vision when wearing glasses?

Can you get better than 20/20 vision when wearing glasses?

Many can!: It is very possible to have patient see 20/15 or even rarely 20/10 vision with glasses! but it all depends on the individuals eyes and how healthy they are.... Some people have stronger eyes than others! ...Read more

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What happens if i stop wearing glasses when I have astigmatism?

What happens if i stop wearing glasses when I have astigmatism?

Blurred vision: Obviously, you wouldn't see as well, but there are usually no harmful effects in an adult. However, if a child under the age of 8 with significant astigmatism stops wearing their glasses, they can develop a type of vision loss called amblyopia. ...Read more

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What should I do if i'm still seeing double when wearing glasses?

What should I do if i'm still seeing double when wearing glasses?

Double vision: Would recommend a brain MRI as true diplopia may be a problem. ...Read more

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Can wearing glasses or contacts count as having correctable 20/20 vision?

Yes: Corrected vision means the vision improved with glasses and/or contact lenses in place. It is implied that the prescription in the glasses and/or contacts is the best possible one for your eyes. Correctable means that the vision can be made better with glasses and/or contact lenses. ...Read more

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Can wearing glasses because of poor eyesight count as sensory disability?

No: Not in my opinion. If the degree of eyesight loss is severe and not correctable with glasses then a disability exists but otherwise this is not considered a disability which disrupts the performance of everyday activities and occupational duties. ...Read more

Dr. Tim Conrad
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Eyeglasses (Definition)

Babies sometimes need eyeglasses to correct vision or to correct ...Read more