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Convergence Insufficiency

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Signs & Symptoms

Commonly present in children & people with deskbound jobs who did too much near work when they were younger.

Complains of near blur

Has difficulty reading/spelling words

short attention span

Headache/ Migraine

"Eye pain/ Strain"

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Convergence Insufficiency

Convergence insufficiency is a condition in which your eyes are unable to work together when looking at nearby objects. This condition causes one eye to turn outward instead of inward with the other eye, creating double or blurred vision.

Usually diagnosed in school-age children and adolescents. It can cause difficulty reading, for which parents or teachers might suspect that the child has learning difficulties rather than an eye disorder.

Also present in Singaporean adults who are seeing too much near work. Usually present with an inability to focus at near/ seeing overlapping images.

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Treatment Options

Prism Spectacles 

Pen push-up training (only for kids below 11 YO)

Complimentary Eye Check

Each 15-30-minute eye check includes the following assessments:

  • Assessment of all previous eyeglasses to determine the cause of discomfort.

  • Refraction (distance, intermediate, reading)

  • Strabismus check (phoria/tropia)

  • Ocular Motility Assessment

The Eyes Inc. offer the above comprehensive Eye Check for free, no charge for eye test. We find joy in helping people understand what is bothering their eyes.

No obligation to purchase

After our checks, a detailed prescription will be explained to you, which would include the following:​

  • Cause of your eye discomfort

  • Most comfortable refraction results

  • Eye misalignment (if any)

We will recommend to make a pair of spectacles only if we are confident that it will be able to resolve your eye issue(s). 

 

Undecided whether to make the recommended pair of glasses? No issues, just pop by when you're ready. We'll save a record of the prescription & cross reference the next time you pop by for a check again.

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