Why is a prescription for glasses different from a prescription for contact lenses?
The frame glasses degrees are the optometric degrees of the eye, and the difference between the frame glasses degrees and the contact lens degrees is mainly due to the different contact distances between the two lenses and the eye. Usually, degrees of contact lenses and glasses need to be converted by a professional through vertex diopter. The conversion formula is Fc=Fs/(1-d×Fs). In the formula, Fc is the diopter of contact lens, Fs is the diopter of glasses frame lens, and D is the distance between frame glasses lens and cornea. Assuming that the prescription of frame glasses is -4.00d and the distance between lens apex is 12mm, the prescription of contact lenses is -4.00/ [1-0.012×(-4.00)] = -3.82d.
Uvex Stealth OTG Safety Goggles
They provide more protection and coverage than other prescription safety glasses. Due to the full seal around the eye, these OTG safety goggles prevent chemical splashes, and bumps, and scratches, making them wonderful general-purpose safety goggles to wear over your prescription glasses. Dura-Streme's scratch-resistant coating helps keep the lenses crystal clear, which is especially important when wearing the underlying glasses.
Transparent frames: as for glasses for round faces, the transparent frames aren’t going away anytime soon. Whether clear or with a faint tint, these frames are almost invisible from a distance and make it easy to clearly see the soft features of a round face. So, if you need a pair of glasses for a round face, try the transparent or clear frames.
Full-rim glasses: round faces look best against strong angular lines, while full-rim glasses can enclose and balance these features. So, you can take the full-rim glasses into consideration when choosing round-face glasses.
Recycling glasses is one of the projects.
Eyewear recycling is one of the Lions Club's most high-profile and well-known programs. Lions Club has been collecting eyeglasses for over 80 years and Vision Recycling has been the official program of Lions Clubs International since 1994. Refractive errors can be easily corrected by wearing glasses, but millions of people in developing countries still do not have this basic eye care. Lions' collection of glasses enabled many people in these countries to see clearly for the first time. Lions also collect used hearing AIDS!
The advantages of contact lenses
Contact lenses are worn directly over the eye. Contact lenses are tightly attached to the surface of the eye and can always follow the eye, so you can maintain the same open field of vision like a normal person. You can participate in sports and outdoor activities without worrying about your glasses falling off or breaking. You can even use colored contact lenses to change the color of your eyes. Some girls, in particular, can make their eyes look bigger and more beautiful with the help of various color contacts.
Wear blue light glasses before bed.
Because blue light can have a huge impact on your sleep cycle, these glasses are pretty important before bed. So, putting on blue light glasses before you go to bed can help increase melatonin, which in turn helps you get a good night's sleep. Sleep glasses display a wider range of blue light, which naturally helps you sleep better and triples melatonin production. They have a slight lens color because they target a wider range of light, but are best for sleeping. In addition to sleep glasses, there are nearly transparent optical glasses that filter out blue light levels to help treat digital eye strain, which is made up of headaches, blurred vision, and eye strain.
Use your two hands to wear and take off the glasses.
When you pick and wear glasses, you need to grab the temples with both hands and take them off. When you pick and wear glasses with one hand, it is easy to cause deformation and loosening of the glasses. According to the convention of international glasses design and manufacture, you should fold the left temple first. When placing glasses, keep the convex side of the lens up to avoid scratches on the lenses.