How eye shape affects vision. Myopia= Mile-long Vision Impairment (Distance-Vision Impaired); Hyperopia= Here Vision (Near-Vision Impaired). Someone with myopia will need to wear corrective lenses to see anything far away, such as a whiteboard in a classroom, while someone with hyperopia will need reading glasses for close-up vision, such as reading a textbook. Astigmatism= Abnormal Eye Shape, which impacts the way the eye is able to refract light, & may cause myopia, hyperopia, or both.
Myopia infographic by Stanton Optical. Learn all about childhood myopia, or nearsightedness, in this informative eyecare infographic. #myopia #nearsightedness #eyehealth Taking care of your eye: http://www.globaleyeglasses.com/blog
We found that progress has been made, but some gaps still remain in measuring access to eye care. Most studies have focused on individual characteristics and use of eye care services. http://www.ocfeyecare.com/
Was an eye exam part of your child’s last sports physical? Vision health often gets overlooked in pre-sports check-ups, but it plays a central role in succeeding and staying safe on the field. This infographic explains why you should schedule an eye exam for your child before they compete.