Why not make your vision test BEFORE dilate your eyes, because that is how your eyes all the time?

Daily Health Reviews   05/04/2011 10:59   Comments»  
Vision Test
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Question by Ed: Why not make your vision test BEFORE dilate your eyes, because that is how your eyes all the time …? I fully understand the vision test in part, why do they wonder why they are not part of the vision while your eye is in the same fashion, it is when you read, drive, watch TV, etc. .. then expand and examine the inside of the eye … Best answer:

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Technically, they should always evaluate your vision and refraction before putting eye drops to dilate, unless it is a cycloplegic refractive index – that is when they deliberately want to stop your eyes focus to evaluate your complete order rather than simply get a better view of the inner eye. In all other cases, your order should not be determined after dilating drops, as this can affect the vision you get.

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