A digital refraction exam is similar to the traditional prescription check that you’re used to, but many of the manual measurements and adjustments are now computed automatically.
With digital refractions, the days of lowering all of those different lenses, switches, and knobs in front of your face are over. Have you ever been asked “which is clearer number 1 or number 2?” and thought “Why can’t I see both options at the same time?”. Digital refractions give you simultaneous images to make those difficult decisions easier.
Old machines have been replaced by devices that are more modern and minimally designed. These devices now do integrated work internally by incorporating different eye measurements from various office instruments to produce a more detailed result. With one click, you can compare your old prescription to your new one, giving you confidence before committing to something you don’t like.