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Doctor insights on: Home Remedies For Anisometropia

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How much would treatment for anisometropia or strabismic amblyopia cost?

How much would treatment for anisometropia or strabismic amblyopia cost?

Speak to your doc: Whomever diagnosed you should be happy to discuss cost and financing options. Your insurance company may also be able to help. ...Read more

Dr. Daniel Saurborn
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Anisometropia (Definition)

Anisometropia = one eye may be stronger than the other or eyes ...Read more


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What is anisometropia?

What is anisometropia?

Different eye Rx: Anisometropia refers to a difference in the measurement of the need for eyeglasses between the two eyes. ...Read more

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Is anisometropia treated?

Is anisometropia treated?

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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How do I treat anisometropia?

Contacts/surgery: Anisometropia is caused by large differences in refractive error (such as nearsightedness ) between eyes. This effect occurs with glasses, but not with contact lenses. Surgery to even the two eyes out can also solve it! ...Read more

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Isnt anisometropia hereditary?

Usually not: It is a fairly uncommon, and randomly occurring problem. ...Read more

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Whats an anisometropia problem?

Whats an anisometropia problem?

See below: Anisometropia refers to a significant difference in the prescription of the two eyes. A large difference between the two can lead to problems using the two eyes together if it is not corrected. ...Read more

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How can you treat anisometropia?

Depends : Anisometropia occurs when the basic dioptric power (lens power) of each eye differs by more than 5 units. This creates two images too different in size for the brain to put them together. A contact lens in one of the eyes can minimize this difference and allow binocular function. If the difference is too great for that some form of refractive surgery is the only means to equalize images. ...Read more

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How do they treat anisometropia?

Balance the eyes: Anisometropia is defined as a refractive difference between two eyes. The amount of difference determines whether a person is symptomatic and whether it needs to be corrected with glasses, contact lenses, or refractive surgery. ...Read more

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Is anisometropia hereditary condition?

Hereditary?: Anisometropia can be hereditary in some cases but often does not have a related family history. ...Read more

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Is there a way to reverse anisometropia?

Is there a way to reverse anisometropia?

Yes: The only permanent way to correct it is with surgery. Refractive surgery - lasik, prk, intraocular lenses following cataract surgery - can correct it. Otherwise, glasses or contact lenses is the solution. ...Read more

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Can you tell me is anisometropia really bad?

Anisometropia: Basically means that there is a significant difference in the glasses correction between your two eyes. In children, this could cause one of the eyes to become lazy. If this develops in adults, it's often due to cataract formation. Anisometropia is not damaging to your eyes but will cause problems with eyes working together if this is significant enough. Talk to your eye doctor about this. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Anisometropia?

Anisometropia: Anisometropia = one eye may be stronger than the other or eyes have unequal refractive power. ...Read more

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How is anisometropia treatable?

Many ways: Anisometropia is a difference in the prescription between the two eyes. For most people, wearing glasses can treat their anisometropia. If the difference between the two eyes is large, contacts may be a better solution. Laser vision correction is also an option for many. ...Read more

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Is anisometropia treatable in adults?

Yes: Anisometropia is a difference in refractive error between the two eyes. This is commonly treated with glasses or contact lenses. As long as there is no amblyopia, glasses and/or contact lenses should take care of the problem. ...Read more

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What is anisocoria vs anisometropia problem?

What is anisocoria vs anisometropia problem?

Pupil vs focus: Anisocoria is a difference in pupil size and anisometropia is a difference in the focusing power of the two eyes. Anisocoria can sometimes lead to anisometropia if the pupil size makes it difficult to focus, but it does not work the other way around. ...Read more

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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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What are ptosis & anisometropia?

What are ptosis & anisometropia?

See below: Ptosis in reference to the eye means a drooping eyelid. This can be from a variety of causes. Anisometropia refers to a significant difference in the prescription of the two eyes. A large difference between the two can lead to problems using the two eyes together if it is not corrected. ...Read more

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How can I correct amblyopia caused by anisometropia?

Not at your age: Amblyopia is a condition in which an eye which is otherwise normal, sees less well. It is almost always caused by some eye malposition or refractive differencies between the two eyes in infancy and early childhood. The pattern of amblyopia becomes fixed if not treated by age 8 years. After that, exercises, etc. Cannot correct the condition. You have fully adapted at age 31. ...Read more

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How do they correct amblyopia caused by anisometropia?

How do they correct amblyopia caused by anisometropia?

Glasses and patching: Anisometropia means the two eyes have very different refractive errors, or they need very different prescriptions to correct the vision. This means the two images the brain sees are hard to fuse, so the brain ignores one. The treatment is to correct the vision as best you can and using patching therapy if amblyopia is already present. If done at a young age, vision can be improved. ...Read more