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What is Low Vision

The term low vision describes vision loss that makes daily tasks difficult. Normal aging of the eye does not lead to low vision; it is a result of eye diseases, injuries or both. Low vision symptoms include loss of central and/or peripheral (side) vision, blurred or hazy vision or night blindness. A person may have trouble recognizing faces, reading, driving and shopping. If you experience any of these problems, it is important to see your Eye M.D., who will check for and treat any underlying conditions and advise on low vision resources and low vision aids and devices to help with reading and other daily tasks. Most people with low vision need brighter lighting in their living areas.

Padmashree Vipin Buckshey Optometrist and Contact Lens Specialist was born at Gwalior on the 3rd of June 1955.Optom Vipin Buckshey had done schooling from the Frank Anthony Public School and passed out in 1974. After schooling Optometrist Vipin Buckshey joined the All India Institute of Medical Sciences for the Optometry course, which he qualified in the year 1977. From 1977 for five years Opthomologist Vipn Buckshey was the Ophthalmic Executive at Lawrence & Mayo, Delhi were a Contact Lens Division was started by him. Since 1982 till date eye specialist Vipin Buckshey has been on his own and has an international standard clinic by the name of Visual Aids Centre in the posh south extension part two market.Vipin Buckshey Clinic and outlet is the only facility in India were all three forms of Vision Correction i.e. Spectacles, Contact Lenses and the Lasik Excimer laser correction is offered under one roof.

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One thought on “What is Low Vision

  1. Ravi says:

    Vipin Buckshey clinic Visual Aids Centre has world class infrastructure. Advance machines also available there. For this I would like to appreciate him and also want to give good reviews for keeping such machines.

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