We often see patients struggling to pick the right frame for their glasses. They spend ages figuring out which style suits them the most, so we decided to create a guide to make this decision much easier.
Reading your prescription may initially seem complicated and confusing, but some tips can help you understand what it means
Glasses and contacts help your eyes focus light and make you see better, and about 75 percent of Americans wear them. The Vision Council estimates that about 64 percent wear glasses, and the other 11 percent prefer contacts. Normal changes to vision occur over time, and paying attention to them can help maintain good eyesight.
Preparation for an eye exam ahead of time can help you get the most benefit out of it. When you share information about yourself, it helps us evaluate and treat your vision issues.
Finding why things happen makes them easier to accept even when a reason may disappoint or cause frustration at times. When access to an explanation seems unavailable, alternative ideas may take their place. Medical science provides facts that clarify understanding when vision changes occur, and proven facts resolve the issue of whether spectacles can weaken vision. Glasses simply cannot change the anatomy of the eye and make vision worse.