Comfort of Glasses
The most important thing when shopping for glasses is comfort. When you choose, you must try it on to see if you feel any discomfort. Whether the glasses can be well put on the upper part of the bridge of the nose, and whether they are light enough and will not cause any burden on the opposite side. In addition, you must see if there is any feeling of dizziness.
Contact Lens Materials - Non-HEMA materials
The non-HEMA materials are hydrophilic soft lens material, which does not contain HEMA components. They are stronger and more oxygen permeable than most HEMA polymers.
The water content of regular hydrogel lenses varies from 30% to 58%. When oxygen passes through the hydrogel, it needs to be carried by water molecules in the material. Therefore, the higher the water content of the lens, the higher the oxygen permeability value. The softer the lens, the more comfortable it is to wear, which is conducive to the metabolism of the cornea. However, at the same time, the higher the water content of the lens, the faster the water evaporation, easy to dehydration, and easy to cause dry eyes. A lens with high water content has low material density, poor durability, and easy breakage, so they are suitable for making lenses that are frequently changed or discarded. On the contrary, the lens with low water content has good formability, easy operation, durability, and is not easy to dehydrate and cause dry eyes.
What Is Anti Reflective Coating?
Anti reflective coating, also known as AR, anti-glare, no-glare, or glare-free coating, can provide benefits to your vision. Anti reflective coating is added to lenses to reduce glare caused by light hitting the back of the lenses to improve your vision and make your eyeglasses more visually attractive.
Anti reflective coating will eliminate all reflections from the front and back surfaces of your lenses. Hence, more light is able to pass through your lenses which improves your vision. At the same time, fewer distractions are visible and the lenses are hardly noticeable, especially in the dark. So, is anti glare worth it? Most people agree that.
Why are titanium glasses so expensive?
Light Weight. The term 'pure titanium' means a titanium metal material with a purity of more than 99%. A mineral containing titanium was found in 1791, but pure titanium was not produced until 19. Pure titanium glasses are lighter than titanium alloy glasses. For frames of the same design or appearance, titanium frames weigh only half as much as other ordinary metal frames, reducing the load on the bridge of the nose.
How long does it take to get used to progressive lenses?
Because the adjustment of each eye is different, so there will be some differences in the adaptation period. It usually takes about two weeks to get used to it. Probably many young people are familiar with this kind of lens, so they adapt to them for only a week or so and can restore the normal visual effect. If it's been two weeks and you still feel that you can't see clearly, or you have the feeling of nausea, etc., then you need to test and adjust. You need to go to the hospital to see the specific case, to find out whether it is a quality problem of the sunglasses, or there are some artificial reasons. If there is a problem, we should also replace the lenses in time, otherwise, it may lead to the problem of visual fatigue. Therefore, it is still necessary to promptly confirm the case of optometry, and then replace the appropriate glasses.
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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.