SOURCE: ChromaGen Vision

December 08, 2011 10:00 ET

ChromaGen Technology Now Offered in Nearly 30 Texas Optometry Practices

Innovative Treatment for Visual Reading Disorders and Color Deficiency Available to Families Across Texas

PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwire - Dec 8, 2011) - ChromaGen Vision, LLC today announced that nearly 30 optometry practices in Texas are now prescribing ChromaGen™ lenses, life-changing aids that treat symptoms of visual reading disorders and color blindness.

"ChromaGen technology is helping Texas residents of all ages see the world like never before," said Ted Edwards, CEO of ChromaGen. "These groundbreaking lenses can help individuals who are suffering from symptoms such as blurry or moving text, and loss of focus or shifting words, letters or spaces when reading. For those with color vision deficiencies, the correct combination of lenses can instantly improve their ability to distinguish between colors."

Some visual reading disorders and types of color deficiency occur when light enters the eyes and is processed by the brain at different speeds. ChromaGen technology features filtered lenses that change the wavelength of light going into each eye, allowing the speed of the information traveling along the brain's pathways to become balanced. ChromaGen can relieve a number of symptoms, including:

  • Double vision when reading
  • Blurry, irregular or moving text when reading
  • Shifting words or letters, or moving spacing between lines when reading
  • Loss of focus, headaches, nausea and fatigue when reading
  • Color blindness or color deficiency

ChromaGen's special prescription-only eyeglasses and contacts work instantly and without negative side effects.

The only technology of its kind to be cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), ChromaGen lenses have already dramatically improved the lives of people across Texas in major metropolitan areas such as Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and many surrounding cities. The patented technology is now available at the following practice locations in Texas:

  • 1st Eye Care (Arlington)
  • Advanced Eye Care (Amarillo)
  • Alamo City Vision Source (San Antonio)
  • Altig Optical (Fort Worth)
  • Arboretum Vision Care (Austin)
  • Avery Ranch Eye Center (Austin)
  • Charles Shidlofsky, O.D. (Plano)
  • Coastal Eye Associates (Alvin, Houston, Pasadena, Texas City, Webster)
  • Dr. Robert D. Bard (Arlington)
  • Dr. Allan Panzer (Houston)
  • Dr. Dawn Rakich (San Antonio)
  • Eagle Ranch Vision Source (Fort Worth)
  • Eye Care Avenue (Frisco)
  • Eyecare & Eyewear (Carrollton)
  • Eyes Nouveau (Fort Worth, Southlake)
  • Eye Trends (The Woodlands)
  • Insight Eyecare (Kilgore)
  • Mineola Eyecare (Mineola)
  • Pinnacle Eye Associates, P.A. (McKinney)
  • Rockwall Vision (Rockwall)
  • Texas State Optical Museum District (Houston)
  • The Center for Vision Development (Austin)
  • Trinity Eye Care (Plano)

For more information or to view a complete listing of provider locations, visit ChromaGen's website While there, you can also access the seven-question survey to determine if you or a loved one may benefit from the lenses.

About ChromaGen
ChromaGen™ is a life changing aid for visual reading disorders often associated with dyslexia and an optical corrective solution for color deficiency (more commonly known as color blindness). ChromaGen provides dramatic results immediately with no side effects or invasive procedures. The lenses can be incorporated into any existing prescription. ChromaGen has been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and has patent protection that runs through 2028. For more information about ChromaGen, please visit

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