ChromaGen For Reading Disorder & Color Blindness

ChromaGen For Reading Disorder


ChromaGen Lenses for Reading Disabilities in Children and Adults

Have you or your loved one been struggling with reading difficulties?  Have you been told that you are prohibited from certain employment due to color deficiency?  If so, have you heard of ChromaGen lenses?

For a while now, research has found that ChromaGen lenses have been a Life-Changing Aid for people that struggle with reading problems caused by vision, and also as an optical solution for color blindness.

Cimarron Family Vision Center understands how disheartening it can be when you believe that there is nothing else out there that can help you.  Dr. Amy Thomas is the only Certified ChromaGen Practitioner for the whole state of Arizona and is able to help you understand what you are going through.  She is proud to help those with reading disabilities and also those with color deficiency.  She will customize your ChromaGen prescription to immediately help you to see the difference.


What are the 2 groups of symptoms can ChromaGen Lenses address? WELL….



ChromaGens Lens for Reading Disabilities

Studies have shown that 90% of people that see words that appear to be moving on the page when reading, are most likely to benefit from getting ChromaGen Lenses. If you find yourself falling within one of these 2 groups, then maybe this could be your solution.

One way that you can determine if you will benefit from ChromaGen Lens is for you to take a survey provided by ChromaGen.  This survey will be accurate at pre-qualifying you as candidate for ChromaGen Lenses.  At the end of the survey, you will get an immediate response via email.

If you would like to take the ChromoGen Survey, please click to the survey button below. You will be sent directly to the 4 minute survey. If you are a considered a candidate for ChromaGen Lens, please call our office to schedule your appointment with Dr. Thomas to receive your customized Chromagen prescription, so that you can immediately start to see a difference with reading - the text should become clearer and the words should stop moving.




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ChromaGen For Color Blindness


ChromaGen Lenses for Color Deficiencies in Children and Adults

Did you know that 21 Million Americans are afflicted with some form of Color Blindness? And out of these 21 million people, 1-in-8 Men and 1-in-200 Women are color blind.

"For 97% of people that are color blind, ChromaGen lenses are their solution." David Harris, Ph.D ChromaGen Founder


Photo used from ChromaGen Lens website.

What is Color Blindness?

The term color blindness is actually an inaccurate term for color deficiency. There is no actual "blindness" involved - it's better described as color confusion. Color blind people do not see in black and white, except in some very rare and extreme cases. Due to color deficiency commonly being referred to as color blindness, ChromaGen uses both terms.

How Did I Get Color Blindness?

Our eyes perceive color when light stimulates the retina (a neuro-membrane lining inside the back of the eye). The retina is made up of rods and cones. Cones allow us to perceive color within our daylight environment. Each cone contains a light sensitive pigment, which is sensitive over a range of wavelengths. Color deficiency or color blindness results when genes that are passed down from parents to their children contain the different coding instructions for these pigments. As each color that we see is fully reliant on the sensitivity ranges of those pigments an individual with cones containing the differently coded pigments will be sensitive to different wavelengths of light resulting in color deficiency.

It is easy to realize how important color distinction is when you take a moment to think about how your many daily tasks rely on color discernment for ease of completion. Ask yourself this… How does a red green color deficient person determine when the meat they are barbecuing is done? Or, how critical is it for an individual with Protanopia (one who cannot see red), to pay attention when they are driving as the red light may not be distinguishable from the green?

Is my color blindness is prohibiting me from obtaining my dream job?

There are some jobs that would only accept applicants that possess the ability to discern colors and hues. Have you been told that you are not able to pursue your dream career simply because you are color blind? Here is a list of career jobs that would most likely not accept applicants if it determined that you are color blind. Do you see you dream career listed below?

  • Firefighter
  • Electrician
  • Police Officer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Graphic Artist
  • Military Personnel
  • Ambulance Driver
  • Painter


Will Chromagen Work for Me?

If you have been suffering from color deficiency or color blindness throughout your life, ChromaGen may be your solution. Their lenses will bring color back into your life by altering the wavelength of light as it passes through each eye.  Dynamically, it balances the speed of information travelling along the optic nerve to your brain. This will enhance color perception and discrimination by enabling you to distinguish color and experience the full color spectrum.

If you would like to Experience a Whole New World of Color with ChromaGen Lenses, call our office today and schedule your appointment with Dr. Thomas. She is the only Certified ChromaGen Practitioner for the State of Arizona. Have Dr. Thomas personalize your Chromagen prescription, so that you can immediately start to see a difference of dull colors to the bright and beautiful colors that the world has to offer.

Disclaimer:  please confirm with your future employer prior to purchasing ChromaGen lenses to ensure you are permitted to use corrective lenses for color blindness.

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