Macular degeneration is a progressive condition with no cure. However, early detection and preventative measures can help to delay the onset of vision loss and many people don’t lose all of their sight. Here’s what you need to know about diagnosing and treating macular degeneration.
In addition to helping people to see clearly without vision aids, orthokeratology has also been shown to be effective at slowing or stopping the progression of myopia. This means that it can stop your prescription from worsening, reducing your risk of serious eye problems that can occur as a result of severe myopia. For this reason, it is being increasingly recommended to children to prevent them from seeing a steep decline in their vision.