Therapeutic eyewear

The symptoms of certain impairments can sometimes be significantly improved with special glasses.

It is important to us to constantly expand our expertise in this area in order to improve the quality of life for many customers.

Length myopic lenses

Length myopia lenses are a special type of spectacle lens designed to slow the progression of myopia (short-sightedness) in children. They are based on a technology called Defocus Incorporated Multiple Segments (DIMS), which uses targeted defocused areas in the lenses.

These lenses contain tiny microstructures on the inside of the lens that refract the light so that it is focused in front of the retina. This defocused area can slow down the growth of the eye, which in turn reduces the progression of myopia.

Studies have shown that this type of lens can be effective in slowing the progression of myopia in children with myopia. It is recommended that these lenses are used early, ideally in children aged 6 to 12 years.

The effectiveness may depend on individual factors such as the degree of myopia and the age of the child. Regular monitoring by an ophthalmologist or by us as opticians is important to ensure that the lenses meet the child's needs and are working appropriately.

Migraine lenses

Migraine lenses are special glasses that have been developed to help people with migraine attacks. They are designed to help reduce certain visual triggers of migraines and improve vision.

Migraines can be triggered by various visual stimuli such as bright light, flickering light, strong contrasts or certain patterns. Migraine lenses are designed to filter or attenuate these stimuli. They have a special tint that attenuates the light and blocks certain wavelengths.

The exact way migraine glasses work varies from person to person. Some people report that with migraine glasses they are less susceptible to visual triggers and their migraine attacks are significantly reduced.

Glasses for color deficiencies

These are special glasses that can help people with color blindness. These are often referred to as "color filter glasses" and filter certain wavelengths of light to increase the contrast between different colors.

In the case of red blindness (protanopia), those affected are unable to process red light. As a result, they have difficulty distinguishing between red and green as well as blue and green. In red blindness, the cones, the sensory cells of the retina that are responsible for seeing red tones, are damaged. It is important to note that these visual aids do not work equally well for all types of color blindness and results may vary from person to person.

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