When you undertake a particular job, you may need occupational lenses, which are not designed for everyday wear. Occupational bifocals and trifocals are made for specific jobs. These special-purpose eyeglasses are specifically suited for work situations. By placing the near, intermediate and far vision zones on certain areas of the lens, specific jobs are made easier. Anyone over the age… Continue reading Occupational Bifocals and Trifocals are Made for Specific Jobs
Almost all of us will develop presbyopia at some point in our lives because it’s the natural result of aging, usually starting around middle age and progressing at a constant rate after onset. Presbyopia refers to a condition where the eye loses its ability to focus on objects close up. Most people begin to experience blurred vision when reading or… Continue reading The Differences between Bifocal, Trifocal and Progressive Lenses
With the new and advancing eye wear technology, it is possible to maintain a youthful look even when you have to wear prescription glasses. Now you don’t need to wear bifocals or trifocals to see well and use the dated eyeglasses with visible lines. With the use of progressive lenses you can see well and also maintain a more youthful… Continue reading Go for Progressive Lenses for a More Youthful Look
It’s all Greek and Latin to you, abbreviations such as OS, OD and OU, stare at your face as you look at the prescription for your eyeglasses. Although you may not be required to understand everything in it, it helps to get a hang of what it means. An eyeglass prescription is mostly about refractive error correction. A refractive error… Continue reading How to Read your Eyeglass Prescription
Your eyeglasses must have a precise prescription. When your vision is being tested, there is little room for mistakes. When you put on your new eyeglasses for the first time, you might have expected your vision to be sharper and clearer compared to the old pair. But if your vision is not what you expected, you need to know how… Continue reading Wrong Eyeglass Prescription – What are the symptoms?
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