Need helping picking out the right prescription glasses? Not sure what to look for in the perfect pair of eyeglasses. You’ll be pleased to know you can use use this blog post to find the right prescription eyewear for you.
Have an Accurate Prescription
When you visit your local optician, make sure you have a recent prescription with you. It should be from the current year. That’s because it doesn’t matter how beautiful your glasses are, if you can’t use them to see. If you don’t know what your prescription is, you can always have your eye doctor fax it over to your favorite optical store.
Pick the Correct Lenses
You’ll have many choices for lenses when you get a new pair of glasses. You’ll be able to choose from polycarbonate, trivex, glass, and polarized lenses. The polycarbonate and trivex lenses are excellent for sports and and are a safe option for children’s eyewear. Glass lenses are scratch resistant. Glass lenses are heavier than plastic lenses. Polarized lenses are great for people who spend a lot of time outside. Most lenses are available polarized.
Just the Right Frames
Eyewear frames are available in plastic, metal, titanium, and alloys. The metal frames are heavier than the plastic frames, but they are more durable. On the other hand, plastic frames come in a wide variety of colors. You’ll have to strike a balance between fashion and durability when you pick out your frames.
Get Lens Designs That Work for You
Eyewear lenses come in many options. This includes single vision lenses, bifocal lenses, trifocal lenses, and progressive lenses Single vision corrects distance, bifocals correct distance and reading, trifocals correct close, intermediate, and far distances. Progressives correct near and far distance without an obvious line down the middle of the lens.
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