Hello all, I am the new one. I know here are some discussions about these problems but I would really please you to explain me the difference once and for all .
I have discovered some time ago Neurolens - countoured but just horizontal prisms
One clinic wrote me: Neurolens is a fancy piece of equipment that measures the misalignment in the horizontal direction and then a computer program designs the lens. If your problem is convergence insufficiency this works well but if your problem is in the vertical direction it does not work so well. Neurolens is just an expensive way to measure horizontal disparities for doctors who aren’t well versed
- neurolens ideal just for convergene insufficiency /horizontal/
Vertical prism for vertical heterophoria
what is the difference between prism and microprism??
Neurolens are countoured prisms, for vertical heterophoria are countoured as well?
Does Europe prescribe vertical and horizontal prism/microprism?