Best frames for high prescription glasses or thick lenses
Fri, May 28, 21 By : KoalaEye Optical
Thick lenses with strong prescriptions can be cumbersome and are often less comfortable and not as visually pleasing than thin ones . However, if you have a high prescription, it doesn’t mean that you need to resign yourself to heavy frames that don’t make you feel or look good.

In the previous article, we discussed “Why do blue light glasses turn yellow?”. In this article, let’s talk about “Best frames for high prescription glasses or thick lenses”.

How to choose frames?

You can choose a thicker frame with the lens, and then pay attention to the temple. It is better to have a little weight, or the frame is easy to lose forward. The shape of the frame can be elliptical. If the frame is rectangular, the rim of the lens may be a little thick. Choose frame TR90 plate and the frame will be wider than ordinary alloy. Of course, if you like metal, there are now metal frames with thick frames.

The refractive index of the lens is related to the thickness of the lens.

The main factors that determine if a pair of finished glasses are beautiful, portable, and comfortable depending on the thickness and thinness of the processed lenses. Depending on the material, the index of refraction is different. If you just look at the refractive index, the higher the refractive index at the same degree, the thinner the lens will be. The thinner the lens will be, and the more beautiful the lens will be. However, the higher the refractive index, it is not the better. You can choose the refractive index lens suitable for yourself. But the refractive index is not the only factor that determines lens thickness. Think about the distance between your eyes and the size of the frames you choose, which can affect the thickness of the lenses you match. The larger the pupil distance, the smaller the frame, and the thinner the lens.

The best frame is the one that suits you.

You can choose the full-frame, because the edge of the lens is relatively thick, which can block the thickness of the edge, so it is suitable for high myopia to choose. They can choose a smaller frame. The size of the eyeglass frame should match the pupil distance so that the edge thickness of the lens is thinner and they are more comfortable to wear. The size of the frame should be proportional to the size of the face. The upper edge of the frame should not be higher than the eyebrow and the eyebrow should not be visible in the lenses. The shape of the frame should match the face shape and skin tone to meet aesthetic requirements. Everyone's face size is different, so the smaller the frame is, the better, based on what fits you and what you like.

For the different brand frames, the price is different.

Prada, Armani, Bvlgari, and other brands belong to the group of high-end eyewear brands (400-800 at a discount if the price is around 00-5000). Poly glasses, Bolon, Prosun, belongs to the middle-end glasses brand group (price 300-00 or so, discount price 300 or so): Serova and other products belong to the high-cost performance glasses brand (price 300 or less).

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