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Information for parents about pediatric astigmatism, including causes, symptoms and what it means for your child's vision.
Astigmatism is caused by a misshapen cornea or lens, which makes it difficult for the eye to focus light. This can cause squinting to focus or reduce glare perceived from light sources.
There are a few common types of astigmatism, including regular, irregular, corneal and lenticular astigmatism, which typically fall into one of three categories: myopic, hyperopic and mixed astigmatism.
Astigmatism is a condition that causes blurry, fuzzy or distorted vision at any distance. It is caused by imperfections in the curvature of the cornea or the lens (or both).
Glasses for astigmatism are among the most popular treatment methods. Special lens brands and features are available to correct astigmatism.
Are your eye exams as complete as they should be? Learn about tests that commonly are included in a comprehensive eye exam.
An accurate pupillary distance (PD) is essential for clear, comfortable vision when buying prescription eyeglasses. Find out how to measure your own PD.
Take All About Vision's eye tests to assess your visual acuity, light sensitivity, near vision and whether you might have an astigmatism. Then see your eye doctor for a complete eye exam.
Find out what you can expect from a DMV vision test and how to test your eyesight before you get your driver’s license.
Dr. Gary Heiting describes how a contrast sensitivity test can detect vision problems that might not show up on a conventional eye chart.
Visual field tests can detect central and peripheral vision problems caused by glaucoma, stroke and other eye or brain problems.
Looking for a free eye exam? Discover organizations that provide free eye exams and free glasses to families and individuals in financial need.
The best eye doctor for you depends on what type of eye or vision problems you have or are at risk for. Compare and choose: optometrist vs. ophthalmologist.
Dr. Gary Heiting tells why eye exams for children are crucial to rule out vision problems that can lead to eye strain, poor academic performance and vision loss.
Dr. Gary Heiting explains how eye exams for contact lenses differ from regular eye exams and what needs to be done to obtain a contact lens prescription.
A simple color blind test can detect color vision problems you may not be aware of. Learn about the different types of color vision tests and when to have one.
Find out what 20/20 vision means, and how it compares to the other measurements of visual acuity.