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Sat, Apr 09, 22 By : Koalaeye
What are progressive lenses? Progressive lenses, also called progressive multifocal lenses, are lenses that have multiple focal points. If it is divided from the focal point, the lenses can be divided into single focal lenses, bifocal lenses, and multifocal lenses. The original intention of progressive multifocal lenses is to provide natural, convenient, and comfortable correction methods for presbyopia patients. A pair of glasses can see far away, close up, and mid-range objects. After wearing them, one pair of glasses is...

What are progressive lenses?

Progressive lenses, also called progressive multifocal lenses, are lenses that have multiple focal points. If it is divided from the focal point, the lenses can be divided into single focal lenses, bifocal lenses, and multifocal lenses. The original intention of progressive multifocal lenses is to provide natural, convenient, and comfortable correction methods for presbyopia patients. A pair of glasses can see far away, close up, and mid-range objects. After wearing them, one pair of glasses is equivalent to using multiple glasses. Because of the different nature, characteristics and applicability, progressive lenses are more expensive than single vision lenses.


Consider the elements of frame comfort.

What we need to know is that the frame exists first as a positioning device for the lens, and secondly as a beauty. The pupil is consistent with the optical center of the lens, so it should not be too high or too low. The horizontal direction is not skewed, and there is no one high and one low phenomenon. Bilateral symmetry is a standard for manufacturing enterprises. Non-mechanical symmetry is for the wearer. The frame should be adjusted according to the size of the wearer's face. The frame is not easy to slide down, and frequent slide is prone to the phenomenon that the pupil is too high and low to match the face.



The history of chromatic contact lenses

Chromatic contact lenses, commonly known as color Lens, is a kind of Soft hydrophilic Contact Lens, belongs to the third category of medical devices. In 1971, Bausch & Lomb introduced the world's first pair of soft contact lenses. Before this, contact lenses are made of hard materials, with poor comfort, difficult to promote. Soon after, CIBA Vision made the lenses aqua blue to make them easier for users to operate. There were also special contact lenses with dark loops on the lenses, which were designed to help people with injured or defective eyes, like corneal white spots or iris defects, to conceal flaws, forming artificial pupils, so they were called beauty lenses.

Then, in the 1980s, American company Wesley Jessen (later bought by VisiCon) introduced the FreshLook chromatic contact lens, which used laser technology to print colored patterns onto the lens to change the color of the wearer's iris. Since then, contact lenses have been developed from a simple vision correction tool into a cosmetic with the effect of beauty makeup. It can brighten, enlarge, darken or change the color of the iris of the eye. At present, the common chromatic contact lenses are black, brown, gray, purple, blue, green, and so on. There are also a variety of color combinations or some special patterns.


What is the best lens material?

The world's first resin lens was made of CR-39 material, and CR-39 is still the main optical lens material in Europe and the United States. After the end of World War II, people found that compared with glass, the main lens material at that time, the light transmittance of CR-39 is high, and it can block ultraviolet light. In addition, CR-39 can be dyed, not easy to fog, and has small dispersion (CR-39's Abbe number is 58) and other benefits.



What is the best lens material?

MR stands for Mitsui Resin, a raw material for optical lenses made by Mitsui Chemicals in Japan. It is the first high refractive index lens material produced by polyurethane technology in the world. It has the characteristics of high refractive index, high Abbe number, low specific gravity, high impact resistance, and so on. MR series material, with high impact resistance, good tensile strength, and minimal internal stress, is very suitable for the unique design of lens products, like rimless glasses and high bending lenses, etc. At the same time, it has good processing, dyeing, and weather resistance.


Optical Stores Provide Customer Experience

Traditional single product marketing has been far from meeting the needs of customers. It is necessary to apply practical artistic aesthetics to the decoration design of physical eyewear stores, product packaging, and marketing planning, to increase customers' experience of the store, increase store goodwill, brand memory, interest in the product, and stimulating customers' consumption. In reality, most eyewear retail stores are making great efforts in product selection, product display, consumer experience, marketing activities, service methods, and other aspects. For example, the introduction of themed display scenes in traditional optical stores, the layout of bricks-and-mortar stores of e-commerce to increase consumer service experience, and so on have achieved good results.



Why do glasses with the same prescription feel different?

The style of the frame has changed. The structure of the new glasses and the old glasses (half-frame, rimless, full-frame) may be different, and the angle of the glasses may also be different, which will cause visual differences and the symptoms of dizziness after wearing the new glasses. If you used to wear rimless glasses or half-rim glasses before and switch to full-frame glasses, you will feel that his field of view is limited and you will feel a little uncomfortable when you see the edge of the frame. If you wear full-frame glasses before, you will feel the edge of the lens when you change to half-rim glasses. It's too bright to adapt. There is another situation, changing from a frame with a nose pad to a frame without nose pads. Because the distance between the lens and the eye has changed, the position of the nose pad has also changed, which directly affects the relative position of the optical center and the pupil, as well as the distance from the back vertex of the lens to the cornea, which naturally affects the visual difference. In this case, you can fine-tune the nose pads, or after a short-term adaptation, you can generally return to normal.

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