Medical optometry, scientific fitting glasses

There is no deformation of the horizon, and the eye protection is more stylish

Do you have these troubles
with your lenses getting gradually thicker and the world getting blurred?

  • Fatigue after wearing glasses

  • Continuously growing degree of myopia/p>

  • Visual deformation after wearing glasses

Medical optometry involves not only the selection of appropriate glasses, but also an eye health examination

What's medical optometry?

Medical optometry involves checking the concentration of light as it hits the eyeball and measuring the difference in concentration between the checked eye and the emmetropic eye. It provides a scientific prescription given based on examining the patient's eye, refractive state, eye position, adaptation, visual function, age, occupation and eyes habits, etc., involving the optometric degree, eye position, adaptation, binocular/monocular function, convergence function, binocular balance and dominant eye discrimination with the aim of maximizing the clarity and comfort of vision as well as attractiveness of available eye care including glasses. This can all be achieved through deep medical and optometric knowledge.

Why to choose medical optometry?

  • 01

    Exclude eye diseases

  • 02

    Identify true myopia and pseudo myopia

  • 03

    Select lenses more accurately based on subjective and objective optometry

  • 04

    Check binocular vision

  • 05

    Monitor anteroposterior axis development

Medical Optometry VS VS General fitting

Medical optometry
General fitting
  • Computer optometry
  • Intraocular pressure check
  • Anteroposterior axis measurement
  • Pupil distance measurement
  • Astigmatism check
  • Binocular visual function check
  • Strabismus & amblyopia check
  • Phoropter check
  • Lens & frame selection
  • Glasses making
  • Visual acuity check through visual chart
  • Computer optometry
  • Lens & frame selection
  • Lens edging