Magnifying Vision Aids

Many eye conditions lead to a decrease of visual acuity. The main reasons are disorders of the retina such as macular degeneration.

Magnifying vision aids have the task of compensating for the decrease of vision by magnifying the retina images. One aim which is to be achieved with magnifying vision aids is to enhance your remaining eyesight with the help of corresponding optical or electronic aids in the best possible way.


  • Magnifying glasses
  • Magnifying spectacles
  • Telescopic spectacles
  • Telescopic magnifying spectacles
  • Cut-off filter glasses as light protection and for contrast enhancement
  • Screen-reading devices
  • TV magnifying glasses
  • TV screens
  • Monoculars
  • Low-vision lamps

Indications of Impaired Vision:

  • Complaints about vision problems, e.g. blurred or unclear vision, difficulty with seeing at a distance or when reading small prints
  • Organic anomalies like nystagmus, eye rolling, squinting
  • Apparently looking past a fixated object, not being able to establish eye contact, sleepy eyes
  • Bumping into objects, stumbling, missing objects, tripping on stairs
  • Extremely close reading, tilting the head when looking, using only one eye, blinking
  • Increased glare sensitivity, constantly needing less or more light
  • Frequent eye rubbing, reddening or watering of the eyes
  • Headache or quick exhaustion when performing tasks that require a good vision
  • Extremely bad handwriting or noticeable changes in the handwriting

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