I have retinally-induced, field-dependent aniseikonia as a result of a vitrectomy and an ERM peel in my right eye about one year ago -- my right eye now sees everything both taller and narrower than it should -- and I am in search of a doctor and a lab for designing and making bi-toric spectacle lenses for me. I have purchased Dr. Gerard de Wit's "Aniseikonia Inspector" that can help get this done, and I would greatly appreciate any leads anyone here might have in relation to a willing doctor near Shreveport and/or a capable lab somewhere.
Yes, Jodi's posts are very insightful, and there is where I discovered Dr. de Wit and his "Aniseikonia Inspector" software. However, finding a doctor near me who is willing to learn to make use of it and a lab that is capable of making bi-toric lenses are my present challenges.
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