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Differences Between Bifocal Readers And Reading Glasses

Your vision may change as you age. You’ll know it’s happening when have to hold your favorite book, the daily newspaper, or a restaurant menu farther away just to read it. This ...
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How Do Progressive Lenses Work? - Koalaeye Optical

What Do Progressive Glasses Mean? Progressive lenses, also called PALs, are the most popular multifocal lenses today. They offer an effective and great-looking vision solution f...
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How to Choose Reading Glasses - Koalaeye Optical

When you are over 40 years old, you may find that your eyesight becomes worse. When once-crystal-clear words on a page or screen start to blur, it may be a sign that you need re...
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What Is 20/15 Vision? Is 20/15 Better than 20/20?

What Is 20/15 Vision? Vision acuity is used to describe how sharp a person’s vision is. To measure acuity, a person looks at numbers or letters according to a fixed standard at ...
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What Is Depth Perception and How to Fix Depth Perception Issue?

What Is Depth Perception? Depth perception, also called 3D vision or stereo vision, is the visual ability to perceive in three dimensions, judging spatial relationships and dist...
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How to Make Your Glasses Anti Glare at Home?

If you are getting a pair of new glasses, you are often offered many optical extra by your optician, One of them is anti-reflective coating, often known as anti glare coating. T...
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Central Vision Loss: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

What Is Central Vision Loss? Central vision is the field of view in the center of your vision as you look straight ahead. It is different from peripheral vision, which is what y...
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Degenerative Myopia: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

What Is Degenerative Myopia? Degenerative myopia, also called myopia degeneration, pathological, or malignant myopia is an extreme form of nearsightedness that usually begins in...
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What Are Gaming Glasses? Do Gaming Glasses Work?

The computer has become indispensable in our life because it can be used for work or entertainment. However, if you stare at the computer screen for a long time, your eyes may f...
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Full Guide - How Do Progressive Lenses Work

Many people have heard the progressive lenses. But do you know what they are and how progressive lenses work? If not, keep on your reading and you will find some useful informat...
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What Is 20/25 Vision? What Does 20/25 Vision Mean?

What Is 20/25 Vision? 20/25 vision is a measurement used by an eye doctor to describe your visual acuity, which refers to how clear and how sharp your vision is. Many factors ma...
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4 Suggestions - How to Prevent Myopia from Worsening

Myopia, also called nearsightedness, is caused by a distortion in the shape of the eyeball. Due to the slight distortion, images are located on the front of the retina rather th...
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Here Are 4 Presbyopia Treatments - Koalaeye Optical

What Is Presbyopia? Presbyopia is a refractive error that occurs naturally with age. As we grow older, the proteins in the lenses of our eyes begin to change. These changes can ...
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What Causes Farsightedness and How to Fix It?

What Is Farsightedness? Farsightedness, also called hyperopia, is a common vision condition where you can see distant objects clearly, but objects nearby may be blurry. The degr...
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Does Wearing Glasses Improve Eyesight - Koalaeye Optical

If you have a refractive error such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism, you may need to wear glasses to correct your vision. But for some people, they may have t...
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