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Neurolens in Pleasanton

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What Is Neurolens?

If you’re experiencing tired eyes, headaches, or neck pain after prolonged screen use, those could be symptoms of digital eye strain. Neurolens might be your solution. 

Neurolens contoured prism eyeglass lenses are designed to address eye misalignment and can help support the unique visual demands of busy digital lives. They differ from traditional prescription lenses by supporting how your eyes work together. Contact us at Total Vision Pleasanton to schedule your appointment and learn more about Neurolens from our dedicated eye care team.

Neurolens Glasses: Alleviate Eye Strain, Neck Pain, & Headaches

Neurolens glasses take your digital comfort into account by addressing a fundamental cause of digital eye strain. Unlike traditional glasses, Neurolens lenses can help with the specific challenges caused by extensive screen time.

Neurolens can help you manage and prevent:

  • Headaches and migraines
  • Eye strain and fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Dry eyes
  • Neck and shoulder discomfort

Exploring the Technology & Benefits of Neurolens Glasses

​​​​Neurolens glasses do more than simply correct nearsightedness or farsightedness. They are designed to help address the symptoms of digital eye strain.

By helping correct a common underlying issue—eye misalignment—Neurolens contoured prism lenses can be your personalized solution for relief from headaches, tired eyes, and other symptoms related to digital eye strain.

How Neurolens Glasses Address Digital Eye Strain

While traditional eyeglasses mainly focus on correcting blurry vision, digital devices can place unique demands on our eyes, forcing them to constantly refocus between screens and our surroundings. Neurolens technology integrates peripheral vision data into the lens design, helping create a broader field of view to reduce the effort needed to focus on digital screens.

Understanding Eye Misalignment

Minor misalignments in how your eyes work together can also contribute to digital eye strain. These misalignments can make it more difficult for your eyes to work together effectively and focus on nearby objects for prolonged periods. 

Neurolens glasses lenses can address these eye misalignment with a contoured prism design optimized to promote better eye teaming and coordination—which can ultimately reduce eye strain and discomfort.

The Neurolens Evaluation

During your next comprehensive eye exam at Total Vision Pleasanton, we can assess your suitability for Neurolens. Your assessment may include:

  • A discussion about your digital device usage and visual symptoms
  • A complete eye health evaluation to check for any underlying eye conditions
  • An examination of your eye teaming and focusing ability to identify any potential misalignments contributing to digital eye strain

Based on your assessment results, we can determine if Neurolens is the right choice for you and discuss the potential benefits.

Experience Neurolens

You shouldn’t have to choose between comfort and clear vision. At Total Vision Pleasanton, we can help you determine whether Neurolens glasses can address the root causes of your digital eye strain symptoms.

Contact us to schedule your appointment today.

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Our Practice in Pleasanton

You can find us at the corner of Stoneridge Drive and Franklin Drive in picturesque Pleasanton, California.

Our Address

  • 6155 Stoneridge Drive, Suite #100
  • Pleasanton, CA 94588

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

  • Monday: 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday: 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Thursday: 8:00 AM 6:30 PM
  • Friday: 8:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Saturday: 8:00 AM 2:30 PM
  • Sunday: Closed
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