You know that having 20/20 vision is a good thing, but do you know what those numbers actually mean? Learn what 20/20 vision is and how you can achieve it in this guide from our team at Kueber Eye Care in Park Rapids.
20/20 is a grade given to people who show normal vision during an eye exam. If you have 20/20, it means that you can see an object clearly and with visual sharpness that is 20 feet away. There is no blurriness involved at that distance. Though this is considered good vision, the number doesn’t consider other factors. For instance, it has nothing to do with your depth perception, your peripheral vision, or even your ability to see color. So 20/20 does not mean you don’t have vision problems.
In short, no, it’s not the best. 20/20 vision is normal or average vision, but it’s not a perfect prescription. Some people are fortunate enough to have 20/10 and 20/15 vision. This means that they can see an object clearly farther away than someone with 20/20 vision. However, even these numbers don’t mean you are free from other vision challenges that could impact your quality of life.
The good news is that whether you have 20/20 vision, less than average eyesight, or live with other vision challenges, our eye doctors can help. Through the use of eyeglasses, contacts, eye surgery, medication, or vision therapy, you can have optimal vision.
Are you ready to improve your vision? Schedule an appointment with our eye doctors at Kueber Eye Care. Call our team today at (218) 732-8535 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.