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To correct astigmatism, hard lenses, which are oxygen transmitting lenses, should be used, but soft lenses designed for patients who cannot wear hard lenses are toric lenses. This lens is known to compensate for some of the problems of astigmatism lenses, such as blurred vision and dizzying symptoms.
It is thicker than a regular soft lens, but it is more comfortable to wear than a hard lens. However, when the shaft is shaken, the eyesight may not come out, and when worn for 8 hours or more, red eyes may occur. Also, patients with severe astigmatism cannot wear this lens.
Even with astigmatism, you can buy astigmatism color contact lenses that improve or completely change the color of your natural eyes. KPOP2 sells the most popular and diverse color toric contact lenses in South Korea. We sell several brands, including Neo Vison, ICK, MI for cosmetic and vision correction purposes for astigmatism.
You should consult an ophthalmologist before buying a toric contact lens. It is advisable to check your prescription within the last three months before buying. The market for astigmatism lenses is growing. Today you can choose from a variety of soft toric color lenses every day, every week, every month.
Astigmatism contact lenses usually have a soft toric lens that can correct and sharpen vision.
Also, astigmatism colored contact lenses can correct vision and change eyes.
The toric soft lens naturally goes down the heavy side (thick) by the earth's gravity. Also, do not move the lens by hand arbitrarily to adjust the axis. The lens must be centered on its own.
If the astigmatism is too high, the initial visual acuity is good, but the astigmatism is high. Likewise, if the high mountain is too small, it will be hard to step on.
A gentle mountain can stand comfortably. High astigmatism suggests that mountain valleys and floors are too certain. The lens is not centered and slides back and forth, making it less visible. It's possible.
If this is correct, rather than correcting with a toric sort lens, the hard lens will Better vision).
If the axis of astigmatism is not aligned correctly, it is less visible no matter how you blink.
In this case, it is necessary to check the remaining myopia and residual astigmatism.
If you check the residual astigmatism value while wearing the lens with the ark equipment, you will immediately know the result. In the case of residual astigmatism, a good correction should be left at 0.00D, but in practice it is rare. Astigmatism of less than -0.75 on average should be acceptable. If you leave more than this value, you can assume that it is inconvenient to wear.
If you have high astigmatism, wearing a toric lens may be difficult to see. A toric lens is a lens that is fitted with an astigmatism axis because the axis may be distorted momentarily and astigmatism may not be fully corrected.
Astigmatism is when the eye's surface is uneven and the light entering the eye fails to focus at a point. In other words, the surface of the cornea is irregular, so the light entering the eye is different, so the focal point does not meet at one point and appears blurred.
The cause of astigmatism is not known exactly, but if a parent has astigmatism, it is likely that a child will also have astigmatism. Astigmatism can also occur when the eyelids press on the eyes or the eyebrows touch the eyes, such as the ptosis or the ptosis. It can also occur after eye diseases such as pterygium or after surgery.
The most common symptom of astigmatism is that things are not visible and blurry. Unlike nearsighted eyes, both distant and near sights are not clearly visible, and in severe cases, eye fatigue can be accompanied by severe headaches.
Hyperopia, myopia, and astigmatism are called refractive errors, and the eyes are diagnosed by performing a refraction test that measures the degree of refractive error. The corneal topography test, which measures the high degree of the cornea and expresses it in the same way as the contour line of the map, shows the degree of astigmatism.
Astigmatism is not a disease, so there are no special complications. Unless there is anything special that can lead to an ophthalmological abnormality, it usually doesn't make much progress or change.
Symptoms of astigmatism are usually corrected using glasses or contact lenses. For astigmatism that cannot be corrected with ordinary glasses or contact lenses, hard contact lenses should be used. Recently, refractive surgery such as LASIK and LASEK have been developed so that astigmatism can be corrected instead of correcting hyperopia or myopia.
Regular eye exams are recommended to check your eyes for refractive errors and to correct them if there are any. In particular, at the age of three, it is recommended to have an eye examination to see if there are refractive errors and correct them with appropriate glasses. Avoid reading in the dark, working long hours, or reading in a shaking car.