There are many instances where poor vision can be aided by partial occlusion. Using a patch to cover one eye can help in the treatment of double vision, and many other ophthalmic conditions. Patching the effected eye can help with task such as reading, watching television, and using the computer.
• Currently available occluders use metal clips, elastic ties and adhesive fabric etc.. These can have problems associated with scratched spectacles, pressure or poor air circulation to the eye, hygiene, and the ongoing costs of single use disposable patches.
• Introducing the Lens Slip Occluder. The safe, non scratch cost-effective alternative for partial eye occlusion.
See below for the conditions that can be helped by partial occlusion
For further information on these conditions see the links on “HOW PATCHING HELPS“