Neurolens offers prescription lenses with a contoured prism to realign the eyes and reduce pressure on the trigeminal nerve. You will have fewer symptoms of digital eye strain and will be able to read or do up-close work with ease.

Neurolens is a great solution for those who suffer from any of the following symptoms:

  • Headaches or migraines
  • Eye Strain
  • Neck Pain
  • Dizziness
  • Dry Eye
  • Discomfort while at your computer
  • Light Sensitivity
  • Tired Eye

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Eye misalignment may be the cause of any of the above symptoms. Due to increased digital device use, our eyes are working harder than ever before to focus, which can lead to these common symptoms. Neurolens is a new technology that will measure your misalignment and create a more custom visual correction for your eyes, improve alignment, and reduce symptoms through the use of a contoured prism in your glasses.

Testing is free with a full eye exam. At your comprehensive eye exam, our technicians will have you complete a survey to see if you qualify for testing. If your test results show significant signs of misalignment, Dr. Gillett will go over the results and recommend Neurolens.

FAQs

AM I A CANDIDATE FOR NEUROLENS?

Neurolens can benefit anyone who spends a lot of time on a computer, does detailed work, or reads, and experiences symptoms of eye strain, chronic headaches, or neck and shoulder pain.

DO I HAVE TO WEAR NEUROLENS ALL THE TIME?

For best results, we recommend wearing your Neurolens during waking hours. It is important to wear your Neurolens while working on digital devices if you cannot wear them during all waking hours.

HOW SOON SHOULD I EXPECT TO SEE THE RESULTS OF WEARING NEUROLENS?

It usually takes 3-7 days for Neurolens to show results; however, some patients may take 2 or 3 weeks to adjust to them.

CAN I GET NEUROLENS IF I WEAR CONTACTS?

While Neurolenses is not currently available in contacts, we have developed a very sophisticated digital process that allows you to wear them over your contact lenses with your regular prescription eyeglasses.