Contact lenses float on the surface of eye. There are two types of contact lenses, soft lenses and hard lenses. Soft lenses are made of very soft water soluble materials, which take the shape of the eye when worn. You can also get disposable soft contact lenses in the market. We can change these disposable lenses daily, after two weeks or once in a month depending on the brand and material. Continue reading Are Contact Lenses Better Than Eyeglasses?
Nowadays, eyeglass manufacture has been threatened by the emergence of contact lenses, two pieces of discs which are placed on the retina to correct vision. With the production of contacts of various types and colors, the competition comes to be fierce. There are rigid or semi-rigid, whose maintenance is relatively easy but which are sometimes poorly tolerated by the eye. Other versions of flexible plastic polymer are easier to accept but require careful daily cleaning with a special product. Continue reading Superiority of Wearing Contact Lens to Eyeglasses
More and more people over the last decade have switched from using reading and corrective eyeglasses to contact lens. They have come to realize the significant benefits this product can offer to their everyday lives. To those who still doubt on the edge of contacts over regular glasses, here are some answered questions you can read to understand the role of contacts in helping you with your vision problems. Continue reading FAQ in Contact Lens Over Eyeglasses
The eye balls are unquestionably one of the most critical of all five sensory faculties. You have to have them to view and experience the world around us. The eyes permit you to read and to get tasks finished. The eyes make it easier to remember pictures you previously came across, and they always keep your dreams full of life at night time. You are going to enjoy all of these amazing benefits even more just by building better eyes. Continue reading Better Eyes – Protect Your Eyes From Eyeglasses or Contacts
Perhaps the most appropriate word to describe today’s economy is adaptation. This is more specifically in reference to the indisputable fact that in order for any company to make it today they most first and foremost establish a fundamental principle of adaptation into their business model. Continue reading Concepts – Eyeglasses and Mannequins
Think about your most recent optometrist appointment: did you leave with your prescription in hand? If so, did you see suggestions for a specific lens or lens coating? Chances are if your doctor is worth his weight in CR-39 plastic, he or she probably spoke to you about adding a coating on to your lens. Continue reading All About Coatings for Eyeglasses
Once it has been determined that you have a vision problem, the inevitable question is bound to surface: is it going to be contact lenses or is it going to be eyeglasses? Each one will correct your vision issues. Each one has its share of benefits as well as its share of drawbacks. In the end, it is completely a matter of personal preference, and which vision correction method will suit your lifestyle the best. Continue reading Contact Lenses Or Eyeglasses?
Your optometrist will make sure that you have the clearest possible vision both at distance and up close when prescribing glasses. An autorefractor or retinoscope, phoropter, and trial frames will be used to appraise the eyes. Continue reading Will I See Better After Laser Eye Treatment Than With My Eyeglasses?
Remember the days when wearing a simple pair of glasses labeled you as a ‘nerd’? Well, times have almost changed. Though the Geek-chic look has made many who wear glasses look like a nerd on purpose, it’s still a fad that most of the eyeglasses-wearing population has gone against. Many hipsters and college-aged kids make the fad look cool but not everyone wants to look like a nerd. With the amount of varying styles, colors, and materials for glasses on the market now, your prescription glasses can now enhance your wardrobe instead of drag it down. Continue reading Don’t Let Eyeglasses Make You Look Like a Nerd
When children start acting up and misbehaving, whether in the classroom or at home, the easiest tactic is usually to ship them off to a social worker or psychologist. They will often see the child’s low attention span, or inability to focus, and immediately diagnose some form of ADD or ADHD, or another behavioral problem. What few succeed in understanding is that a child’s vision is key when it comes to finding out why they have problems concentrating or following through with a directed task. Continue reading Behavioral Problems Helped by Eyeglasses