Eye Alignment, Trigeminal Dysphoria & Contoured Prism.
How it all connects
Years of in-depth clinical research conducted at neurology centers nationwide uncovered a new link between optometry and neurology. Symptomatic patients shared a common trait; a misalignment in their vision that caused symptoms of Trigeminal Dysphoria.
neurolenses are the world’s first and only prescription lenses that add a contoured prism to bring the eyes into alignment, relieving the headaches, neck/shoulder pain and eye strain that many people experience when using digital devices, reading or doing detail work.
Neurolens® Measurement Device
The neurolens® measurement is a new addition to your traditional eye examination.
To determine if a patient is a candidate for neurolens, the eye doctor will use a breakthrough eye-tracking measurement device to accurately and objectively measure your degree of eye misalignment.
During the exam, patients focus on a single point while a dynamic display of rotating planets and stars activate peripheral and central vision to measure distance and near eye alignment.
The neurolens measurement is performed in < 3 minutes.
What the neurolens Measurement Device Does:
- Measures the gap between where your eyes want to be and where they need to be.
- Isolates peripheral and central vision to provide a comprehensive assessment of the patient’s eye alignment and synchronization.
- Results guide your doctor in determining the contoured prism prescription for your neurolenses, which can be added to your regular prescription.