Color vision

Our world is very beautiful because we see it with color, but everyone is not lucky enough to see it with vibrant colors. To see the world with different colors we have got different types of cells in the neural layer of the eye. Due to the deficiency of some of these cells some people will not see the entire color spectrum, so they see the world differently. Most of the time color vision defects are congenital and even though there is no risk, it’s important to detect it early and plan a child’s education accordingly. Assessing color vision is a very simple screening test which can be conducted in most of our outlets.

Two types of testing procedures are available.

A) Ishihara’s Test for colour vision.

B) D-15 Color Vision Test.