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Best Place to get Amazing Eyewear in Malaysia

Best Place to get Amazing Eyewear in Malaysia

In our everyday busy life, we may encounter hundreds of optical outlets that may attract us to make a new pair of spectacles or even to simply to get our eyes tested. But many of us are still confused of knowing how to differentiate about the importance of choosing the right optical store and get your eyes tested with the best qualified optometrist. Don't you feel satisfied when you know you have chosen the right place to get your best eyewear and your eyes is perfectly tested by the nest optometrist in town. Wow! How AMAZING is this. So now, lets see where is the best place to get an amazing eyewear in Malaysia. Before getting know about the location, we have to do some research about this place that…

Children with Myopia and Amblyopia

Children with Myopia and Amblyopia

Nowadays, having healthy eye and clear vision are critical in children. We often came across with children with myopia and amblyopia. We as an eye practitioner recommend parents or guardian to get their children eye tested regularly, as many vision problem and eye diseases can be detected and treated in early phases. Mostly children with myopia and amblyopia has to get their eyes tested and get the proper treatment as soon as possible as this eye problem can be worsen after certain point of time. (more…)

esotropia

STRABISMUS

Eso deviation often present as a constant esotropia occurring in infancy or early childhood. Fusional divergence is used to correct for an eso deviation, however our innate divergence amplitude are typically weak. Measuring only 6 – 8 prism diopter. It is likely that our weak divergence amplitude contribute to the poor control of eso deviation. (more…)

exotropia

STRABISMUS

Exo-deviation is an outward deviation which can be divided into exophoria and exotropia. Exodeviation are quite common, and they are not necessarily. A small intermittent exotropia is normal in most newborns, as 70 % of normal newborns have a transient exodeviation that resolves by 2 to 4 months of age.  Another type of exo deviation that is considered normal is a small exophoria (<10pd). (more…)