An o for example does not look round and clear, there is a directional blur to it, which is slightly different in direction in each eye owing to my slightly different axes, and the blur is greater in my right eye with the 0.50 Sph -0.50 Cyl prescription than my left eye with the 0.25 Sph -0.25 Cyl.I don't see things as small, or with less contrast, just very slightly blurred when I take off my glasses.

The use of the YAG laser to treat eye floaters is not widely available.

Most of our patients have found us through their own research and efforts.

Regarding you saying that you get higher contrast without the 1.50 glasses, in my opinion this sounds like the 1.50 is too strong, and you are possibly finding it easier to see not because it is clearer and sharper, but because it is magnified and therefore larger.

I don't know because I can't see what you see, but since you were prescribed around 0.75 stronger for reading at your last eye appointment, I imagine that 1.50 is probably technically too strong. Regarding you finding it hard to know what an under correction or too little plus is like, as nobody can see through anyone else's eyes, this is a difficult concept.

But since they won't be getting their eyes checked for at least a month to 6 weeks if they find frames they like they should probably have the store hold them.

Frames often change in that time frame and they might not even find them when they come back.

But you have probably just gotten in the habit of putting your glasses on as soon as you get out of bed.

I'm sure that you're looking forward to helping Danielle and I assume Vicky as well check out frames for their new glasses.

https:// All the best Lou Soundmanpt , Carrie I'm glad to hear that Danielle finally gave in and has decided to start wearing your old glasses all the time now.