Need glasses? Going to an optometrist can be a pain and waste the better part of a day. So a company, Opternative, invented an at-home test.
It’s cheaper and more convenient than traditional eye exams. You just need a cell phone and a computer.
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But the American Optometric Association wants it banned. They say "it poses significant health risks to consumers" because "it relies on new, self-administered tests" rather than "assessment by an eye care professional."
Is this new eye test dangerous? Or is it a cheap and efficient eye care alternative?