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When you look around the room, what do you see? Do you see everything clearly, or are there spots in your visual field that are a bit blurry or fuzzy? If your answer is the latter, you need to see an optometrist for an assessment. In fact, it is a good idea to see an optometrist once a year whether or not you are actually noticing any changes to your vision. Optometrists offer vital services for us all. If you're seeking a better understanding of those services, then we invite you to read the articles provided on this blog, which is all about optometrists and their work.


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3 Treatments For Vision Loss

Harry Garcia

Vision loss is something very serious and shouldn't be taken lightly. If you are experiencing a loss of vision, you should report it to your optometrist. If you have sudden vision loss especially, it should be reported immediately. A sudden loss of vision is usually a sign of some other type of disorder, which will also need to be treated in order to help prevent further vision loss. Health issues, such as diabetes, can result in a loss of vision. If you are experiencing a loss of vision, there may be treatment options for you.

Corrective Lenses

Corrective lenses may not reverse the vision loss you experienced, but they can help protect your vision and help prevent it from worsening further. If you have a loss of vision, go to your optometrist for an eye exam and obtain a prescription for your vision to help enable you with your failing vision. Corrective lenses can help with all types of vision issues, including nearsighted or farsighted vision, or vision issues cause by one or both of your eyes turning in or out. 


Lasik may be something that can help with your vision loss, especially if you don't have any other underlying health concerns going on. You need to discuss your vision issues with your optometrist and your overall health as well to see if you are a good candidate for vision loss eye surgery. This is a procedure usually done in-office and uses a laser to correct your vision. Depending on the severity of your vision, this procedure may help prevent you from needing corrective lenses, while others with very poor vision may be required to still wear lenses, although the prescription may not be as powerful as it once was.


There are going to be times when your vision loss is not going to be able to be reversed or prevented from worsening. If this is the case, it's important to do something to prepare yourself for the upcoming loss of vision. Therapy can help with balance and movement after your loss of vision, in addition to therapy that can help you cope with your vision loss. 

If you have experienced vision loss, whether it's minor or a nearly complete loss of your vision, there are treatments that can help. Although they may not help correct your vision, they can assist you in other ways to help you cope with your loss of vision. Be sure to make an appointment if you are experiencing any issues with your vision.