Refractive correction

What is Refractive correction?

Refractive error is loss of ability of an eye to focus on an object resulting in improper vision. Correction of error depends upon the amount & severity of the condition. Some people with mild refractive error may elect to leave the condition uncorrected. For those who are symptomatic, glasses, contact contact lenses or refractive surgery are helpful.

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I already wear Glasses beacuse im short sighted, but i noticed in the dark if i close my right eye, things tend to look dim on my left eye, but if...

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It requires refraction testing.

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I am Dr. Dadapeer K, an ophthalmologist and I...

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Yes my eyes are itchy, red , dry , when I read hard to focus and I get a little dizzy in the head. My blood sugar is 100 that is normal for me.

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History suggestive of refractive error

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Symptoms of...

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I undergone lasik operation and after 3 weeks site remained to 2. can i undergone lasik for the second time or is it dangerous. suggest me

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in case if you mean a residual power of -2 then the lasik flap can be raised and redo the laser part and you will...

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