Color Vision Correction Blog

Our Color Vision Correction Blog provides color blindness news and articles to help individuals dealing with color blindness understand this condition.
Color Blindness Correction
Treatments Available For Color Blindness

Color Blindness, or a person who can only see shades of gray, is extremely rare. However, a person with any type of difficulty seeing color, whether it be one or two specific colors in the totality of shades or hues or intensities of those colors, are deemed to be color blind.
Persons with color blindness experience difficulties in daily life, early learning and development, education, choice of careers, and work performance. For some, there are treatments, optical devices, visual aids, and technology apps that can allow them to live better with their color deficiency.

Color Blindness Can Be Inherited or Acquired

Most common types of color blindness are genetic, meaning they’re passed down from parents. If your color blindness is hereditary, your color vision will not get any better or worse over time. You can acquire a color vision deficiency later in life due to age, a disease, injury, or coming in contact with some substance that affects your eyes or brain. Frequently, the cause of color blindness determines how severe the symptoms will be and whether color blindness can be treated or not.

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