Do you have a color vision deficiency and want to take the first steps to correct it? This page provides access to all the information you need about Dr. Azman and his colorblindness cure, known as the ColorCorrection System™.
Use the resources below and brose through the rest of the site to learn about colorblindness and who it affects, as well as the process for getting corrective lenses or colorblind glasses.
If you're still trying to determine whether or not you are colorblind, or just want to test your color vision, be sure to take the free Colormax colorblind test.
Dr. Thomas Azman is a graduate of the University of Maryland, and he received his doctorate from the University of Alabama Medical Center School of Optometry. He has been in private practice since 1975. Dr. Azman specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of colorblindness / color vision deficiency and color vision correction. Learn more about his professional career, including the case studies he's been involved in, the awards he's received, and his complete list of certifications.
If you suffer from a color vision deficiency and are considering having it corrected, you probably have some questions. This page covers all the most frequently asked questions about Dr. Azman's ColorCorrection System™, the process for getting color correction lenses and colorblindness in general. Get the information you need to make an informed decision about your eyes today.
Red-Green Color Blindness
Red-Green Color Blindness confuses people's visions of different shades of red and green. It is the most common form of colorblindness, and it affects six percent of males. Having this type of color vision deficiency can prevent you from pursuing jobs in law enforcement or the military, as well as becoming an electrician, firefighter, or railroad engineer. Learn more about this type of colorblindness and how Dr. Azman can correct it today.
Even if you suffer from a color vision deficiency, you may not know very much about it. Find out ten interesting facts about colorblindness, who it affects, and how it can impact your life in significant ways.
After you've taken a colorblind test and had a thorough exam and evaluation, Dr. Azman gives you the option of getting colorblind glasses or corrective contact lenses. Colorblind glasses are a popular choice, and they are so effective that they will enable you to pass the Ishihara Color Plate Test. They are a great option for people who do not want to wear contacts.
Color Corrective Lenses
Color corrective lenses are a great option for people who have a color vision deficiency, but do not want to wear glasses. Dr. Azman can create corrective contact lenses that use filters to change the wavelength of each color that goes into your eyes. Put them in, and you are instantly opened up to a whole new world of color.
Most police departments require the passage of the Ishihara Color Plate Test before recruiting a new member. In the past, people suffering from colorblindness were unable to join the profession because of this requirement. However, Dr. Azman presents a solution with his ColorCorrection System™. It has a 100% success rate for the Ishihara Color Plate Test. Learn more today.
Even if you achieve high scores and can pass all the physical tests required by the military, you could be banned from joining if you have a color vision deficiency. Dr. Azman's ColorCorrection System™ helps the brave men and women who want to serve our country overcome their colorblindness and pursue their dreams. If you are in a similar situation, contact Dr. Azman's office today.
If electricians cannot properly identify the color of the wires they are working with, they are not able to do their jobs. But with Dr. Azman's colorblindness cure, even people who suffer from color vision deficiency can pursue their professional goals safely. Learn more about the ColorCorrection System™ today.
Firefighters have incredibly demanding jobs, and they are put in situations where people's lives are in their hands on a daily basis. They have to be able to distinguish between the different shades of fire and smoke in order to determine the corresponding levels of heat and toxicity. Discover how Dr. Azman's colorblindness cure helps ensure that these professionals can continue to effectively serve their communities, even if they suffer from a color vision deficiency.