Benefits of glasses without nose pads
Glasses without nose pads are mostly used for sheet materials because the sheet material is lighter and not allergic. From the viewpoint of aesthetics and comfort, no nose pads are more suitable. Glasses without nose pads have a relatively small contact area with the bridge of the nose, so it is not easy to have obvious indentations on the bridge of the nose, while glasses with nose pads will have obvious indentations after wearing them for a long time.
In addition to supporting the frame, the nose pad has another function to prevent allergies and avoid discomfort caused by allergies to metals or other materials. Whether it is better to have glasses with nose pads or without nose pads, depends on your personal situation. If your nose is sensitive to weight or the bridge of your nose is lower, you should choose glasses with nose pads. If you are particularly looking for beauty and don't want any marks on your face, then choose glasses without nose pads.
In fact, it is hard to say which one is better between nose pads and no nose pads. The key is to look at personal preference and wearing comfort. Generally speaking, a high nose bridge is suitable for choosing frames without nose pads. It is more suitable to choose the frames with nose pads for people with flat nose bridges in order to prevent the glasses from sliding off and affecting the visual effect.
What Is Photophobia?
There are a lot of reasons causing our eyes discomforts, such as moving between indoors and outdoors on bright sunny days, staring at computer screens all day, driving at night, or watching TV. If the discomfort worsens over time with accompanying symptoms such as intense pain, excessive squinting, excessive tearing or burning sensations, it may become an eye condition called photophobia or light sensitivity.
One of the symptoms of photophobia is intolerance of light. To some degree, most of us are sensitive to bright or fluorescent lights, but those suffering from photophobia may experience a range of symptoms - from minor or mild irritation to serious debilitating reactions. The symptoms can include dizziness, headaches, migraines, server eye pain, excessive blinking, blurriness, and eye inflammation.
So, they are a few ways to combat photophobia.
The shape of the lens is also important.
Aviator and cat-eye glasses should be avoided, as both will cut off the base of the prescription, resulting in poor reading vision. Instead, they should opt for shorter frames with rounded edges, such as bull horn frames, vintage wingtips, round frames, and oval frames.
What Do Trifocal Lenses Do?
Trifocal glasses can provide correction for some eye conditions including presbyopia and cataracts. Presbyopia often occurs in people who are between the age of 40 and 60. People’s eyesight starts to deteriorate and they are unable to focus at near. Wearing trifocal glasses can help correct blurred vision, eye strain, and headaches. The trifocal intraocular lens placed during cataract surgery can also resolve cataracts.
From above, you have learned some information about trifocal lenses. But what are the pros and cons of trifocal lenses? So, in the following section, we will focus on the advantages and disadvantages of trifocal glasses.
Take Frame material selection seriously.
When choosing a frame, try to choose a light frame. At present, the glass frame material is relatively light titanium, tungsten carbon, TR90, and so on. Now based on the plate spectacle frame, the new plate spectacle frame implements thin processing, so the whole spectacle frame has become light up. You can use rimless light glasses. Usually, the nose pad will leave an indentation, possibly because the glasses are too heavy. Changing some light glasses can improve the problem of indentation of the nose pads.
Metal frames are suitable for wearing.
For the eyeglass frames made of metal or alloy, after rigorous processing and gold plating, the color and luster of the surface reach a certain brightness. And it will be very beautiful to wear. Metal glasses have the benefits of solid, light, and beautiful shapes. The metal frame basically has a nose pad and the nose pad is a movable side that adapts to a variety of nose shapes. The end of the temple is covered with a plastic cover, which is beautiful and protects the skin.
TR90 spectacle frame
TR90 is a composite super-elastic resin material first invented by Koreans and used in the manufacture of glasses. Its characteristics are lightweight, excellent flexibility, and slightly lighter than pure titanium. After this material is being made into a finished product, it is non-adjustable. The application is basically injection molding. Koreans are the first to apply to glasses production, which has been popular for a few years, and then popular in the Japanese market. Now it is basically mass-produced in China. The high-end high-quality TR90 spectacle frames are produced in Shenzhen, and the low-end low-quality ones are in Wenzhou because they are much cheaper.