Not everybody is 100% happy in their glasses, even with the latest lens design!
The maths is complicated in a purely theoretical environment but when you factor in other variables like frame dimensions, the position of the glasses on an individual patient’s face and the limits that lens manufacturing and optics place, it’s no wonder why no one has done this before.
Every pair of lenses causes aniseikonia to some degree. The question is how much can the individual patient tolerate and would reducing it result in more comfort or better adaptation?
The SHAW lens uses optometrist measured eye movement variables and sophisticated calculations to create lenses that take into account how your eyes move together as it balances the image sizes. This solves many distortion problems. As a result, many people report better vision, visual comfort and fewer headaches.
Symptoms of Aniseikonia
Symptoms of aniseikonia can be severe. Depending upon the degree of the aniseikonia, and individual tolerance of the condition, traditionally designed glasses can cause headaches, dizziness, eye strain, fatigue, non-adaptation to the glasses and even reading problems.
Our guarantee: If you don’t think that the SHAW lenses give you the best vision, we’ll “see you right” with a full replacement design or refund.
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