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Child detected with spherical, cylindrical and axis error in eye. Advised anti-reflective lenses. Suggestion?

Today an eye specialist identified some problems on the right and left eyes of my 7 year old daughter .she said he has to wear glass here after.for right eye she wrote SPH 0.00 Cyl -0.75 AXIS 01.0degree ,for left eye SPH -0.00,CYL -0,75,Axis 160.0degree .what is the meaning of all these ? and adviced were ani refletive lenses, Please advice Tajudeen.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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your daughter has a small cylindrical error.anti reflectiv lenses are a superior quality lenses.Such powers for children are good as they have to study a lot.You will have to see the acceptability of glasses for the child.In adults also such glasses are optional ,if they feel comfortable they continue otherwise use it when they are working.For your child she will use glasses for the time being and have yearly checkup.
Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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