We provide professional support in Color blindness.
Color blindness is a visual disorder in which colors and
different tones in colors cannot be perceived. Color blindness, which is
caused by mixing red-green colors, can also be seen as the perception of all
color tones as a gray tone, albeit rarely.
Color blindness occurs in two different ways;
The first of these is color blindness caused by hereditary reasons, and the other
is color blindness that occurs later. Congenital color blindness is often
transmitted through the sex chromosome, known as the x chromosome. Color
blindness is more common in men because of the presence of one X chromosome in
men and two in women. While it is seen in 0.5% of women, this situation is
observed in 8% of men. Acquired color blindness is a problem in the visual
center of the brain where the area of the
optic nerve is damaged.
They say that colorblind people can’t see any color and
see the world in shades of gray, but this opinion covers a very small part of
patients. Color blindness usually does not show many symptoms.
It is the inability to perceive and distinguish colors such as blue, red and green.
Colorblind people see colors, but because they see some
colors pale, they can unfortunately mix colors with each other.
If you feel that you have trouble seeing certain colors,
it’s time to see an eye doctor. Your ophthalmologist will be able to make
a definitive diagnosis that you have ‘color blindness’ after a more
The color blindness test is a fairly easy test. If you can find the number or
pattern of different colors in the colors, you are not colorblind. If you
are half or fully colorblind, you cannot read images or numbers that are hidden
due to different colors. After this easy test, your eye doctor will easily
diagnose whether you are color blind or not.
Colored lenses and glasses are available for suitable patients.
Your eye doctor will test you with this contact lens or glasses. It is easily
determined which one you can distinguish better with.