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FDTS Glasses

Full Diameter Telescopes (Galilean Telescopes) are designed to see things at a distance while being stationary. Using while mobile is not practical, since walking with Full Diameter Telescopes would be similar to walking while looking through a pair of binoculars.

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FDTS Glasses for low vision
Bioptic Telescopic Glasses recommended by our low vision specialist

Bioptic Glasses

Bioptic Telescopic Glasses provide the person with Macular Degeneration the benefits of a telescopic system while still maintaining mobility. Mounted high in the carrier lens, the telescope is “out of the way” while the patient is moving about or doing general work, but it is always available for distance viewing.

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Clearimage Microscopic Glasses

Clear Image Microscope Glasses are two high powered, coated lenses “piggybacked” one behind the other. This “doublet” lens is designed to create a magnified, crystal clear, edge-to-edge image. The lens eliminates the aberrations and “pincushion” effect of a single high-powered lens.

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Clear Image Microscope Glasses for low vision
low vision aids - E-Scoop® glasses

E-Scoop Glasses

Now there is new hope for people whose vision has been compromised by age-related Macular Degeneration (ARMD), Glaucoma and Diabetic Retinopathy. E-Scoop® glasses were developed to bridge the gap between standard eyeglasses and eyeglass mounted telescopes.

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Field Expanding Glasses

Hemianopsia is a debilitating visual condition that affects roughly 1 in 3 stroke patients. To the patient, it’s as if one side of their visual field simply disappears. To a layperson, this is hard to imagine, and even harder to explain. Patients with hemianopia have two major complaints related to this devastating condition: it’s hard to read, and it’s hard to get around without bumping into things (mobility).

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