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What Does A Dispensing Optician Do?

What Does A Dispensing Optician Do?

Dispensing opticians interpret written prescriptions to determine the specifications of lenses. They recommend spectacle frames, lenses, and lens coatings after considering the prescription and the customer’s occupation, habits, and facial features. Dispensing...
What is Glaucoma?

What is Glaucoma?

Glaucoma usually comes without any warning. Glaucoma is an eye disorder in which the fluid pressure inside the eye causes progressive damage to parts of the optic nerve. The pressure usually increases when there is inadequate drainage of fluid from inside the eye. A...
Presbyopia

Presbyopia

This loss of focusing ability is called PRESBYOPIA. It is not a disease, but a normal change which affects everyone. Presbyopia doesn’t occur suddenly. It doesn’t affect distance vision. It is a change which begins in adolescence and can not be...
Hyperopia (means “longsight”)

Hyperopia (means “longsight”)

A normal eye begins to use its focussing system as an object comes closer. A longsighted eye has to make the same focussing effort for near work as a normal eye, but this is in addition to the effort it makes to keep distance vision clear.