corrective lenses


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corrective lenses

n. lentes correctivas.
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He wore specially prescribed gas permeable corneal molds at night while sleeping to improve clear daytime vision with no corrective lenses.
The simplest way to correct presbyopia is to wear reading glasses or corrective lenses, such as bifocals, trifocals, or progressive lenses.
Until recently, treatment options included corrective lenses and more permanent, surgical options.
Eye tests are designed to check your vision to determine whether you could benefit from corrective lenses.
An eye examination will, of course, tell you if you could benefit from corrective lenses, but it can also reveal so much more about your general health.
There are many factors driving the market such as increasing trend of using contact lenses, increasing utility of contact lenses such as in case of corrective lenses, therapeutic lenses, cosmetic lenses, life-style oriented contact lenses etc.
Nevertheless, as Sweden is an affluent country, most children who need corrective lenses would already have received them, either from their parents who, in most cases, can afford to buy these items for their children, or through the social services in those cases when the parents cannot afford to provide them.
Some experts, however, also believe that consumers will tend to purchase cheaper corrective lenses.
Eye Spy" is a computer game used by specialists to determine whether a child needs corrective lenses or other treatment.
One step you can take is to have an annual eye exam to check for any vision changes and to make sure your glasses prescription is up to date if you use corrective lenses.
Just in time for back-to-school season, meanwhile, Alcon has launched its " Get an A+ in Eye Care" campaign, teaming up with actress Jennie Garth to raise awareness of the importance of getting children's eyes checked, and to raise money for Kids Vision for Life (KVFL), an organization that helps children in need get vision tests and corrective lenses.
The UC Berkeley computer and vision scientists are developing computer algorithms to create the technology that could potentially help hundreds of millions of people who currently need corrective lenses to use their smartphones, tablets and computers.

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