Do Color Blind Contact Lenses Help?
The ColorCorrection System, which are customized color blind contact lenses, are designed at the exact wavelength of light for each individual patient, which allows your brain to interpret the light and information, to see colors properly, and to pass a color blind test. Our color blind contact lenses can help all types of color vision including red-green color blindness, blue-yellow color blindness, and all types of color vision deficiencies. The scientific terms for color vision can include Anomalous Trichromacy, Dichromacy, Deutan, Protan, Protanomaly, Protanopia, Deuteranopia, Deuteranomaly, Tritanopia, and Tritanomaly. As well as being labeled as color blind, color vision deficiency (CVD), and color confused. While there are many names, there is one question that applies to them all Do Color Blind Contact Lenses Help? The short answer is YES!
What is Color Blindness?
The inability to see colors properly is most often known to people as color blindness. Achromatopsia, which is loss of full color vision, seeing only black, white, and shades of gray is a very rare condition affecting 1/30,000. With color blindness, a person can often struggle with different shades of color. With more severe cases of color vision deficiency, the eye is unable to discern any color at all, which is commonly referred to as color blindness. The ColorCorrection System, color blind contact lenses can help patients with all forms of color blindness.
The ColorCorrection System | Color Blind Contact Lenses
The ColorCorrection System uses a combination of unique proprietary tests and filters to design customized color blind contact lenses. Our color blind lenses are designed at the exact wavelength of light for each individual’s color vision correction. The ColorCorrection System™ can help with all types of color vision and can be worn indoors and outdoors, and are guaranteed to pass an Ishihara color vision test.
Many industries in require color vision testing, however, many are discouraged as they can not pass a color blind test. Imagine how devastating it would be to train for years to only be told that your color blindness makes it impossible to obtain your dreams.
Police officers, firefighters, people in and preparing to join the Air Force or U.S. Military, MEPs, pilots/aviation industry, maritime/merchant marine, railroad, and many others require good color vision. There are a lot of kids that aim for one of these professions, only to figure out after much time and also a financial investment that they have a color deficiency – color blindness.
Disappointing, to say the least! This is just one of the many reasons that youngsters ought to go through a thorough eye exam and not just a vision screening at school or at the pediatrician’s office. The ColorCorrection Systems designs color blind lenses to enhance and correct for color vision, which also allows one to pass these work-related color vision tests. By designing customized color blind contacts, at the exact wavelength of light for each individual eye. Wearing our color-blind contacts allows you to see the colors and what is intended throughout the color vision test – Passing the color vision test.
Frequently Asked Questions on Color Vision Correction
Can Color Blindness be Cured?
While there may not be a true cure for color blindness, Colormax color blind contact lenses and glasses are the next best thing! Our system not only helps with differentiating colors, but can also guarantee the passing of the Ishihara color plate test, which is the gold standard for color vision testing.
Which Color Vision Tests Do you offer?
At Colormax we offer over 25 different color vision tests. The most common color vision test, the Ishihara Color Plate Test which is a Pseudoisochromatic color vision test. Other color vision tests include Farnsworth Lantern (FALANT), Farnsworth D-15, the US Air Force CCT or Rabin Cone Contrast Test, Munsell 100 Hue Test, and Oculus (HMC) Anomaloscope for precise color vision testing.
Which Industries Often Require Color Vision?
The most common industries that require color vision are law enforcement, military, aviation, maritime, firefighters, railroad, and many others. Since 1999, The ColorCorrection System has had a 100% Success Rate – every patient has been able to pass the Ishihara Color Plate Test.