Replace the nose pad on your glasses
Remove the screws clockwise and use a toothpick to remove the things left of the broken pads so that the new one can be installed. The next step is to fix the nose pad that we just removed from it. Hold the glasses and then the hole for the nose pad is up, then place the nose pad in and press it with your finger. Then you can see that the round hole in the nose pad overlays with the round hole in that part, and at this time, you can turn the screws. When you finally turn it, you usually turn it three times to hold the nose rest in place. Often, the nose pad can be swung back and forth after installation. This is to match the different shapes of our noses.
Contact Lens Materials - Nesofilcon A and Omafilcon A
Nesofilcon A is super water glue. This is the proprietary material of Bausch & Lomb and is now used in only one product, the Bausch & Lomb Pure Suncast (launched in the US in 2012). Water content is 78%, and the oxygen permeability is DK/T =42.
Through PC Technology, the Omafilcon A material contains substances that mimic the composition of cell membranes--- including human eyeball cells, and locks water, and prevents dryness.
What Are Progressive Lenses?
Traditional eyeglasses are usually single vision lenses with one prescription. Progressive lenses are multiple with three prescriptions in a pair of eyeglasses. Progressive lenses let you see comfortably at different distances, allowing you to see close, near, and far without changing your glasses. There are other kinds of multifocal lenses like bifocals and trifocals, but progressive lenses differ because of their smooth transition between prescriptions.
Bifocals and trifocals work similarly to progressive lenses and feature either two or three prescriptions in a pair of glasses. These lenses have definitive lines separating the prescriptions. However, progressive lenses don’t use these lines and allow you to easily transition between prescriptions.
Hence, in the following section, we will show you 6 different types of progressive lenses.
The function of eyeglasses cloth
Under a powerful microscope, the fibers of the cloth are more closely arranged than those of ordinary cloth, and the material itself is softer than ordinary cloth. That's because eyeglasses under the eye are almost always coated, with each standard lens having seven layers of different functions on the front and back surfaces, to extend lens life. It can thoroughly remove the stubborn stains left on the lens to make the picture clear. It can clean all kinds of glass, resin, and other materials of glasses, glass mirrors, and other mirror surfaces, remove stains, and grease absorption.
How to know if lens is polarized?
Make use of LCD screens. Point the glasses horizontally at the LCD screen and then rotate them upward by 45 degrees clockwise. If it is a polarized lens, it will show a change in color deepening. If it does not change no matter how you rotate it, it is not a polarized lens. You can borrow another person's polarized lens or have previously worn a known true polarizer, and place it crossover with the new glasses you want to buy. At this time, you should see the object clearly from the crossover part with your eyes. Then cross the glasses vertically and horizontally, and at this point, the opposite object should not be visible from the intersection. If this condition is satisfied, it means that a true polarized lens is being tested.
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What Are High Index Lenses?
High index lenses are composed of a special plastic that is good at bending light. With this feature, high index lenses can be much thinner than standard lenses while having the same prescriptions.
So, polycarbonate lenses vs high index lenses, what are their differences?