Have you ever left the optometrist’s office with new glasses, and your eyes hurting like never before?
“Oh you’ll get used to it”, they tell you.
If you were to ask a sagely bearded eye guru, he’d […]
Are your contact lenses and glasses the same exact (relative) correction? They better be!
Focal planes are the key to all things myopia. Your eye being a dynamic system, constantly adjusting to seek ideal eyesight, uses […]
This Q&A, applicable if you have spherical correction at or below cylinder correction (high cyl to spherical ratio).
A repost here from two BackTo20/20 support forum threads. While I only provide case specific support in the […]
Pro topic. Don’t go monkeying around with diopters until you really know what you’re doing. Messing around with diopter ratio, making focal plane changes, all creates a series of interactions with your visual cortex. If […]
Q&A for those with low myopia and advanced level endmyopia students.
There’s a brilliant thread in the support forum right now (many brilliant threads, but this one really gets me).
If you’re in BackTo20/20, or even if […]
Pro topic, Holmes. Don’t monkey with diopter unless you know how all the pieces work together.
If you do, here are some worthwhile posts on equalizing / patching:
Diopter Ratio: The percentage difference between your left and right eye spherical diopter values. People sometimes refer to it as weak eye and strong eye, although I prefer not to use those terms – it […]