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Low Vision Rehabilitation

IMG 1184The Low Vision Center at Magna Family Eye Care believes in “Life After Vision Loss”. As part of The International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (IALVS) we bring new hope and sight to those with Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Retinopathy, Cataracts, Glaucoma, Stargardt’s Disease, Retinitis Pigmentosa, and other vision limiting conditions. When your doctor says “Sorry Nothing More Can Be Done” we prove them wrong!

Magna Eye Care Can Help

Magna Family Eye Center specializes in life after vision loss. We treat patients with the following eye diseases:

  • Macular Degeneration
  • Cataracts
  • Glaucoma
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Stargardt's Disease
  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

We are a member of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists, and we strive to give hope to those suffering with low vision. Magna Family Eye Center serves low vision patients in the Salt Lake City area, and the surrounding areas, with its family of low vision doctors.

We specialize in custom designing low vision devices for our patients. The devices can range from telescopic and biopic glasses to EScoop lenses and prismatic glasses. Our goal is to improve quality of life. Dr. Larsen has had success with low vision devices, and he looks forward to serving you!

Low Vision Rehabilitation Near Salt Lake City

We perform a low vision screening to determine if you are a candidate for low vision services, and we will not waste your time or money if you are not a low vision patient. During our screening process, we have three steps we do:

  1. Determine low vision patient’s visual acuity
  2. Determine the amount of vision needed for specific tasks
  3. We figure out which visual aids and devices are a best fit for the patient.

Prismatic Eyeglasses

These type of eyeglasses use a prism, in either a single or double lens, which allows the eyes to cooperatively work together.

EScoop Lens

The EScoop Lens is meant to be placed over the existing eyewear to ensure better sight. The five parts of the lens put together are what makes the lenses help low vision patients see better by shifting the focus to a different part of the macula.

Telescopic Spectacles

These are used such as a binocular, but the option for the glasses can be for one or both eyes. They can be used in any position in order to enhance the visual acuity of the patient.

Microscopic Lenses

The microscopic lenses are a two lens system which combines the patient’s prescription with a magnification.The magnification is built into the eyewear to ensure that the vision is clear. They are usually used in a monocular fashion, with only one eye.

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