Types of Bifocal Lenses
Executive: in this type of bifocal lens, the lens is separated completely from each other and the upper part of the lens and the lower part of the lens are divided into two equal halves. There is a distinction line and it is visible.
Progressive lens: these types of lenses are more popular than the other kind of lenses. There is no line in the progressive lens. There is a slow transition of the power from the upper part of the lens to the lower part of the lens.
Progressive multifocal lenses: a progressive multifocal lens gradually changes power from the upper part of the lens to the lower part of the lens and gives a smooth transition between the two different types of bifocal lenses. There is no distinction line in the lens. They are popular because they provide better adaption, comfort, and clarity than the other lenses.
Can You Wear Glasses Without Prescription?
So, can you wear glasses without prescription? Of course, you can. You can wear glasses without prescription and they would not cause any damage to your eyes. What’s more, some non-prescription glasses, such as the type that blocks harmful blue light, can be beneficial to your eyes.
How to Adjust Crooked Glasses
If one side of your frame looks higher than the other, you need to adjust the arms of your glasses. So, how to adjust glasses?
If the right side is higher than the left, you need to gently bend the left arm down at the hinge or where the arm bends behind your ear. If the left side is higher than the left, so just do the same action on the opposite side.
When adjusting crooked glasses, you need to adjust frames a little bit at a time to avoid overcompensating and possibly damaging your glasses. You can run the arms under the warm water but do not running the warm water over the lenses because it will affect the lens coating.