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  • noun

Synonyms for dioptre

a unit of measurement of the refractive power of a lens which is equal to the reciprocal of the focal length measured in meters


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15 minutes daily use of the mask improves blood circulation, boosts eye health, enhances cellular metabolism and reduces diopters.
clinical studies, 100 percent of patients returned to within one diopter of their original refraction after their Intacs were removed and 86 percent returned to within one-half diopter.
0 diopters (D) of with and without astigmatic refractive errors up to 5.
0 diopters to -18 diopters of myopia and the same spherical range for the Visian Toric ICL with CentraFLOW and from +1.
Quarter diopter ICLs allow for more customized patient solutions
Quarter diopters will be available for the Crystalens HD for the models HD500 and HD520 in the ranges of 18-22.
5 diopters at the spectacle plane, and the reduction of myopia in adults with myopia ranging from greater than -15.
The ALLEGRETTO WAVE was the first refractive laser to receive concurrent approvals for the treatment of myopia up to -12 diopters with astigmatism of up to -6 diopters and hyperopia up to +6 diopters with astigmatism of up to +5 diopters, not exceeding a mean spherical equivalent of +6 diopters.
0 diopters and delivers exceptional clarity and quality of vision.
5 diopters of targeted correction and 99 percent of eyes were within 1 diopter of targeted correction.
0 diopters with astigmatism ranging from 1 diopters to 4 diopters at the spectacle plane, with anterior chamber depth (ACD) 3.
While the ICL is normally reserved for people with over 10 diopters of nearsightedness or 4 diopters of farsightedness, patients with less severe prescriptions may be considered for the ICL if their cornea is too thin to be treated with LASIK.