Common Questions

Here are some of the frequently asked questions.

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Wearing your new glasses is the greatest way to help your eyes adjust. Wear your new spectacles as soon as you wake up and as often as possible during the day. Even if your old glasses are more comfortable, don’t go back and forth with them. If you have to, hide your old glasses!

Allow your child to choose his or her own glasses if you want him or her to wear them. Children are considerably more likely to like wearing glasses frames that they like and feel well about.

Here are a few pointers to keep your glasses in good shape:

  • If your child’s prescription changes frequently, instead of purchasing new frames, you can request that the new lenses be fitted in the old frames.
  • Purchase frames that have spring hinges. These allow the temples to bend slightly outward without the spectacles breaking.
  • Opt for lenses with Multi-Coated.

Indents form when nose pads are misaligned or uncomfortably tight. However, this issue may be readily resolved with a few adjustments by us, who will ensure that the glasses evenly distribute pressure on the nose, head width, and ears.

Running glasses under water with a tiny drop of dishwashing soap on the lenses and lathering them with the tip of your finger is the most effective way to clean them. Use a microfibre cloth to dry after rinsing with warm water. Chemicals and extreme temperatures can damage the protective coating on your lenses, so keep them away from them.

The final lens thickness is determined by your prescription power, frame size, and your face dimensions. Fortunately, recent advances in lens design and materials have reduced the thickness of lenses by up to 60% in some situations. If you’re concerned about lens thickness, let us know, and we will assist you choose a frame and lens that will allow you to wear a thinner lens.

The Snellen chart for 6/6vision – a phrase used to represent normal visual acuity (clarity or sharpness of vision) measured at a distance of 6 meters – is one of the most important metrics that almost everyone is familiar with.

Individuals with 6/6 vision can see clearly at 6 meters what should be seen ordinarily at that distance. When vision deteriorates or worse, most people should see a specialist. Any vision loss that interferes with one’s visual demands requires a trip to the eye doctor.

The sun emits three types of ultraviolet (UV) rays: UVA, UVB, and UVC. According to the World Health Organization, while UVC is absorbed by the earth’s atmosphere, UVB radiation is only partially stopped and UVA radiation is not prevented at all, causing skin and eye burns. UV rays are constantly present, therefore everyone should wear UV-protective eyewear while they’re outside during daytime hours, regardless of the season or weather. Adults and children should get a complete yearly eye exam so that we can provide UV-protective eyewear recommendations that are customized to their vision and lifestyle needs.

The following are common symptoms that a child has a vision issue that requires the use of corrective glasses:

  • Sitting too near to the television or holding a book too close
  • While reading, he or she loses his or her place.
  • Following along with a finger while reading
  • Squinting
  • To get a better view, tilt the head.
  • Rubbing eyes a lot
  • Excessive tearing due to light sensitivity
  • Closing one eye to read, watch TV, or see better.
  • Avoiding activities that demand near vision, such as reading or homework, as well as those that require distance vision, such as sports or other recreational activities.
  • Headaches or fatigued eyes
  • Poor academic performance in school

Schedule an appointment with us if your child exhibits any of these signs.


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