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Category Archives: Glasses

How to Adjust Your Eyeglasses?

The pandemic is also a reason to learn how to adjust our eyeglasses due to the lockdown periods we face. So in this article, you will find helpful links that will show you how-to. However, misalignment of eyeglasses is something common to everyone who wears glasses.

How to Choose Lenses for Your Eyeglasses?

As much as everyone likes to pick the right frame for their face, the lenses are the most important part of the glasses. Not every lens fits properly in every frame as there are varieties of lenses with different weights and sizes. Below is how to choose the best lenses for your eyeglasses of the three different types of eyewear frames.

Are reading glasses and computer glasses the same

Computer glasses are not recommended for reading, and reading glasses are not usually recommended for using a computer. Reading can be stressful to the eyes, especially to individuals above 40years of age, sometimes below that. This stress can, at times lead to headache or a pinchy feeling between the nose or maybe blurred vision and more.

A sample of an eye prescription card

Looking for a new pair of eyewear but you’re not able to decipher those symbols, numbers and abbreviations on your prescription card? We’ve got you. If you wear glasses or lenses, then you’re familiar with the odd series of letters and numbers that make up your prescription card. But what do all these numbers, abbreviation and symbols mean? Read on, let’s help you make sense of your eyewear prescriptions.

A bifocal lens

Bifocal Lenses are made up of two different power strengths in a single lens for distance and near vision. The upper and lower part of the lens is separated through a visible distinct line. There is no gradual distinction between the two. In addition, you have to look up and down to switch between the prescriptions you need. However, with a long-distance prescription at the top and near vision at the bottom.