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Genetics can play a factor in childhood vision problems, sometimes up to 60%. That is why we at Colour Vision Optical as specialised in optometry. One of the most important things we do before checking your eyes is to conduct a thorough interview to determine the family history before making a diagnosis and predicting any future […]

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Most colour blind people have vision as clear as everyone else, but they are unable to perceive red, green, or blue light. Contrary to its name, colour blindness does not mean that you cannot see any colours. You may see some colours just fine, but maybe unable to distinguish between other colours.  Though in some […]

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Colour blindness occurs when problems with the colour-sensing pigments in the eye cause a difficulty or an inability to distinguish colours. Most people with colour vision deficits are diagnosed at a young age and it is an inherited condition however it can happen over the course of your life. If you were not born with a colour […]

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