Low Vision is a subspecialty within the professions of optometry and ophthalmology dealing with individuals who have less than normal vision even with the most accurate conventional prescription available. It can be a result of either congenital or acquired factors.
Low Vision Lifestyle
When you have low vision, you need more than glasses or contacts lenses to see well enough to get around and perform day-to-day tasks. Your central or side vision, or both, may be reduced. Your vision can’t be corrected with surgery. But with the help of vision aids, you can stay independent.
What Causes Low Vision?
Low vision can be caused by a number of eye diseases. An injury to the eye can also result in low vision. And some people are born with low vision.
Low Vision Symptoms
The symtoms of low vision depend on the cause of the vision loss and where the problem is in the eye. Symptoms can include:
  • Blank spots, dark spots, or wavy lines in the center of your vision.
  • Blurred, hazy, or cloudy vision or double vision.
  • Loss of side (peripheral) vision or color vision.
Working with Your Eye Doctor
Your eye doctor will check your eyes and help you get the vision aids that will work best for you. Dr. Wolf is a low vision specialist. At Epic Vision, our staff and doctors can work with you to determine what vision aids will meet your individual needs.
Vision Aids
There are serveral aids available that may help you see better and improve your day-to-day living and quality of life. Visit ShopLowVision.com to find products that will help you manage your low vision.
  • Closed-Circuit TV systems to magnify reading material
  • Magnifiers
  • Check writing guides
  • Large button telephones
  • Talking clocks, computers, other machines

If you believe you are living with low vision, make an appointment with an Epic Vision eye care professional today.
North OKC/Edmond
3840 South Boulevard
Suite 101
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 471-5252
Fax (405) 726-8530
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