Dyslexia sufferers report improvements with Vista Mesh lenses

​People with dyslexia receive positive results from Vista Mesh lenses

People with dyslexia have been receiving positive results from Vista Mesh spectacle lenses, according to reports from opticians.

Jeremy Salmon, director of Robert Stanley Opticians in Oxfordshire, has seen his patients reap extra benefits from the lenses for visual processing problems such as migraines as well as those with dyslexia.

He said: ‘Both children and adults can respond very positively to Vista Mesh. Sometimes there is little difference in the reading help provided by Vista Mesh and coloured filters, but the main advantage where children are concerned is that the lenses look normal. For youngsters it makes wearing their specs a lot more acceptable.’

Other opticians from across the country have reported that Vista Mesh lenses are good for image-conscious people as the lenses don’t look any different from others. Some have also said that they often dispense several pairs each week, due to the lenses benefitting 85% of patients in the visual processing problems category.

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