How to correct children's hyperopia with glasses? _Industry News_
There are two eye diseases that affect children's eye health, myopia and hyperopia. Compared with myopia, hyperopia is less concerned. Some children who have long-sighted eyes do not know to go with glasses to correct them, thinking that hyperopia is not harmful to the eyesight. Surprisingly, this kind of thinking is an incorrect manifestation. If the hyperopia and myopia are not properly corrected, they will affect the health of the eyesight. So for children, how to correct presbyopia with glasses? First, children under the age of 7 may suffer from presbyopia, which is purely a normal physiological phenomenon. Therefore, if the correction of myopia is not required, the axial length of the eye is greater than the normal value. The length of the eye axis is less than the normal value. Generally, children under 7 years old may suffer from hyperopia, which is a purely normal physiological phenomenon, so no correction is needed. However, during the period of hyperopia, the phenomenon of strabismus or vision loss must be corrected in time with glasses. It cannot be considered that this is also a normal physiological phenomenon. 2. Children from 7 to 16 years old, if their hyperopia is below +1.00D, do not need to wear glasses, generally children from 7 to 16 years old, if their hyperopia is below +1.00D, do not see distant objects You need to wear glasses, and only use glasses when you are seeing near objects. Regardless of the refractive power, if you feel that your vision is often fatigued and you can't see things clearly, you must go to a professional optician for optometry and glasses, and give you proper glasses correction. Children under the age of 14, due to the strong adjustment of the eyes, if you want to measure the accurate eye refractive power, you should take the pupil dilation refraction first, and the patient's prescription data is better than the example data by 0.5~1.0D. After optometry and spectacles, during the period of wearing glasses, because the patient's eyes are in the developmental stage, so the degree decreases year by year with age, so it is better to retest once a year to prevent inducing extraocular strabismus. Third, the treatment of hyperopia correction at different ages is different. The treatments adopted for hyperopia correction at different ages are different. For example, for children under 7 years old, the degree of hyperopia is less than +2.00 degrees, which is purely a physiological phenomenon and generally does not need to be treated. The young people are different. If vision loss, visual fatigue, various chronic inflammations, general malaise, etc. occur, proper lens correction must be given. Adults use a step-by-step approach to check and correct until there are no clinical symptoms.