Tinted lenses bring words into living color.
Certain people are very sensitive to colours
Coloured lenses could help up to 50 percent of children and adults affected by glare-induced headaches and reading problems.
Some children who suffered from certain glare triggered headaches every few weeks report headaches only a few times a year after they start wearing coloured lenses.
Certain colours reduce glare which interferes with visual processing and visual comfort.
Words, numbers and gaps may appear to shimmer and shake on the page. An American literacy instructor identified this disorder and treatment in 1994.
Today, a Colorimeter is used to determine whether colours will help and what colour tint is suitable.Tinting and intensity adjustments are performed in our centre so glasses are available immediately.
Watch David's Interview with:
Channel Nine News
Explaining the latest success he has had
with prescribing coloured lenses.
"How coloured lenses changed my life!"