Neurolens is a new type of vision correction technology that simultaneously corrects vision and eye misalignment with specially contoured prism lenses.

Do you still feel like you have eye strain or headaches even with a new eyeglass prescription? Eye misalignment could be the culprit!

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Who is Neurolens For?

Neurolens is primarily for people who suffer from the symptoms of vision problems that cannot be corrected with traditional methods, such as glasses or contact lenses. This includes people with conditions like myopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism. Neurolens is also said to be beneficial for people who have difficulty wearing traditional contact lenses, as it is much more comfortable. 

What are vision problems that Neurolens can help with?

Neurolens can help correct a number of different vision problems, including myopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism.

Myopia, or nearsightedness, is a condition where objects that are far away appear blurry.

Presbyopia is a condition that affects people as they age, and it causes objects that are close up to appear blurry.

Astigmatism is a condition where the eye does not focus light properly, resulting in distorted vision. Neurolens technology can help improve all of these conditions by constantly adjusting the focus of the lens in order to provide the clearest possible image.

Misalignment of the eyes, or strabismus, is a condition where the eyes are not properly aligned. It’s a common trait that can cause problems with vision, as the brain will receive two different images from each eye. The symptoms include double vision, headaches, and fatigue, depending on the degree of eye misalignment.

Double vision occurs when the brain receives two different images from each eye. This can be very confusing and can make it difficult to focus. Headaches are often caused by the strain of trying to focus on two different images. Fatigue can occur because the brain is working overtime to try to process the two different images.

Computer vision syndrome, also known as digital eye strain or digital vision syndrome, is a condition that affects people who spend long hours looking at screens. The symptoms of computer vision syndrome include eye strain, neck pain, chronic headaches, and fatigue. There are a number of ways to fight eye fatigue, including taking breaks from screens, using artificial tears, and adjusting the lighting. Neurolens can also help to reduce the symptoms of eye fatigue by providing a clear image and reducing eye strain.

Light sensitivity is a condition where the eyes are overly sensitive to light.

Binocular vision dysfunction is a condition where the eyes are unable to work together properly and has similar symptoms to symptoms of eye misalignment.

Trigeminal neuralgia. The trigeminal nerve is the largest nerve in the face that extends from the brain to the face. This complex nerve is responsible for transmitting sensations from the face to the brain. The trigeminal nerve also controls the muscles of the face. Symptoms of trigeminal neuralgia include severe pain in the face, jaw, teeth, or gums. This pain can be triggered by anything that touches the face, including brushing teeth, shaving, or applying makeup. Trigeminal neuralgia can also cause muscle spasms in the face. Treatment for trigeminal neuralgia often includes medication, surgery, or a combination of both. In some cases, Neurolens can help to reduce the pain associated with trigeminal neuralgia.

These are just some common problems people experience on a daily basis. Many of them have worsened in the last couple of years because of remote working and the constant use of mobile devices. The good news is that Neurolens is an effective treatment for all of these unpleasant symptoms and problems to help you achieve clear vision.

What is the Neurolens measurement device?

The Neurolens Measurement Device is used to measure the curvature of the cornea during eye exams. This information is then used to calculate the Neurolens prescription. The device is simple to use and only takes a few minutes to complete. Dr. Novak will be able to measure your eyes’ curvature of the cornea to figure out what is the necessary binocular correction for you.

How to use Neurolens

Neurolens lenses fit in the same eyeglass frames as ordinary eyeglasses. 

In order to get the best results from Neurolens, it is important to have an annual eye exam in order to check for changes in vision.

What are the benefits of Neurolens?

Neurolens is an advanced vision correction technology that corrects problems stemming from eye misalignment. It can provide relief for eye strain, headaches, and neck pain.


Are you a good candidate for Neurolens?

Neurolens is a good option for people who have vision problems such as myopia, presbyopia, and astigmatism that continue to have symptoms of eye strain, headaches, neck aches, and more even with an up-to-date eyeglass prescription.

Is Neurolens available in every prescription?

Yes. Neurolens corrects for eye misalignment at the same time that it corrects for nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Dr. Novak can help to determine if Neurolens is right for you.

Make an appointment with Dr. Novak to discuss whether or not Neuolens is the best option for you.

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