With age, our eyes gradually go weak, though these vision changes can be treated with glasses or contact lenses. LOW VISION diagnosis by your doctor implies that the vision cannot be completely corrected by ordinary lenses, surgery or any other medical treatment.
With LOW VISION, the patient faces difficulties in performing the day to day activities, such as reading mails, driving, cooking, writing, shopping or even matching colours. Those falling in the age bracket of 65 above have a higher risk of being affected.
These are early warning signals of an eye disease. Timely diagnosis ensures better chances of getting a successful treatment and maintaining your remaining vision.
Undergo regular dilated eye exams. However, if you experience changes in your vision,
it is highly recommended that you make an appointment with our expert eye care professionals.
It is very important to take an early note of any symptoms and have a discussion with your doctor.