Astigmatism refers to the shape of the cornea which is responsible for most of the eye’s power. Normally, the shape of the cornea is even, similar to a tennis ball which means all parts of the cornea bend light evenly. A cornea with astigmatism is unable to bend light evenly and results in the image being distorted. Often people complain of seeing objects that are tilted and distorted. Unsurprisingly, this is detrimental to one’s ability to perform

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