Where Neurology & Lenses Combine

It’s not news to anyone that your eyes are directly connected to your brain, feeding it the crucial information you need to navigate, read, and watch the things you love! However, some conditions exist that can affect your ability to enjoy things that are close-up.

Neurolenses are a special type of lens designed to help alleviate these problems so you can enjoy your vision to the fullest. If you believe that Neurolenses are right for you, please book an appointment with our team today!

What Are Neurolenses?

When you’re reading, your peripheral vision system and central vision system are working together to help you navigate the page or screen you’re looking at, making binocular adjustments to ensure your vision is clear and comfortable.

However, a condition called trigeminal dysphoria can cause an imbalance between these two visual systems, forcing your eyes to constantly make binocular adjustments that can leave your eyes feeling uncomfortable.

Neurolenses are a special type of lens designed to help mitigate the effect trigeminal dysphoria has on your vision. To help create these lenses, we rely on a measurement tool known as SightSync.


SightSync analyzes aspects of your vision, including pupillary distance, heterophoria, binocular peripheral and central vision, and fixation disparity to help make sure your eyes are aligned.

From the information provided by these measurements, SightSync helps design contoured prism lenses specifically to your needs! These lenses are also designed with your refractive prescription in mind so you can enjoy clear, comfortable, and reliable vision.

Symptoms Relieved by Neurolenses

Neurolenses are specially designed to manage trigeminal dysphoria and it’s symptoms, including:

  • Headaches
  • Eye strain
  • Blurry vision
  • Sore eyes, neck, back, and shoulders

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