Sunday, September 9, 2012

Guest Post: Color Correction System

See guest post below.  I have not reviewed this system and don't know much about it, but I see it as potentially of interest to readers.  Let me know what you think.


Color blindness occurs in individuals when the cones in the eyes have problems differentiating between colors. The condition affects approximately 1 in 10 men and very few women. Those with color blindness don’t have to suffer with the condition for life. It is possible to see colors using the ColorCorrection System developed by Dr. Thomas Azman. If you are unsure of whether or not you experience colorblindness at a slight or moderate level, you can check using the free colorblindness text located at

The system includes filters and tests that are only available at the Azman Eye Care Specialists near Baltimore, MD. Since the procedure is limited in availability, it isn’t uncommon for Dr. Azman to travel all over the world to give people the opportunity to have a completely different view of the world. Many people also travel to see him to receive treatment using his ColorCorrection System.

Before you can receive treatment using the ColorCorrection System you need to have an evaluation and exam which can take anywhere from four to six hours. The process is done in a single visit. Dr. Azman looks at the information gathered during your exam, and he designs filters that are meant to be worn as corrective or contact lenses. These modify the way color goes into your eyes and allows you to see the world in color.

Colorblindness can be a hindrance for working in certain fields for safety reasons. These careers include railroad engineers, military, pilots, those working with color coded wires for electricity and firefighters. Dr. Azman’s ColorCorrection System makes it possible to the pass the Ishihara Color Blind Test, which is required to become employed in many of these occupations.


  1. WARNING! Any time you see something like ”This unique system is not offered anywhere else in the world”, you should think about why that is. Medical professions have a well-oiled machine for assessing new technologies and ideas. The machine isn’t always fast, sometimes taking years or decades, but it works. All of us, including this physician, are subject to believing what we want to believe even if the data are imperfect or even sometimes contradicting our beliefs. If you pursue this “treatment,” get the professional/technical name of the treatment from their office and look it up on PubMed, a free National Library of Medicine database. If legitimate and well characterized for risks, effectiveness, etc., you will be able to tell. FYI, “colorcorrection” does not appear in the PubMed, granted US patents, or US patent applications databases having anything to do with this topic.

  2. It was fun at 16 to play with colored filters and an Ishihara test and see what can work. But I soon found that the shift in color vision wasn't helpful for other tasks. Based on the website I don't think that this system is much more than that.

  3. Thanks for share a info about corrective color techniques.Its really help me lot...

  4. The system you followed is very helpful to me.Thanks a lot for share your corrective system.

  5. I saw Dr Azman and got the lenses. The only thing I care about is that I was able to pass the Ishihara test for my job, which I did get. :):)