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.
What effect does a lens with the hard film have?
In order to improve the wear resistance of the lens, it is necessary to coat the surface of the lens with hard film. At present, silicon atoms are used to stiffen the membrane, that is, the stiffening solution containing organic matrix and inorganic superfine particles including silicon element is used to make the hard film have toughness and hardness at the same time. Because the common resin lens is far easier to wear than the glass lens, so the addition of hard film is mainly used for resin lens. It is usually applied to the front surface of the lens, and the anti-wear ability of the resin lens with the film will be enhanced a lot, and the light permeability will be strengthened.
Are progressive lenses good for driving?
Progressive lenses can help you see close, far, and anywhere in between. That means progressive lenses are good for driving. So you don't have to change your glasses on the way. With progressive lenses, you can easily see all distances. Standard lenses are more affordable than premium lenses, but premium lenses offer a wider field of view and are ideal for drivers.
What are the causes of lens damage?
When the force area of the lens is small, the impact resistance of the lens is worse. When subjected to the impact of external forces, the lens will naturally be squeezed and cause breakage.
In particular, some lenses with low degrees and high refractive index are possible to cause this phenomenon. When the frame fell from a height due to wrong placement, there is a collision between the edge of the lens and the ground or hard objects. It will produce a broken or collapsed edge. In the process of the lens falling from high, the impact force is larger, and the stress point is smaller. When the glasses are falling, the upper edge of the lens, the convex groove of the upper frame, squeezes against the lens. The middle part of the upper half is easy to cause edge collapse. In the process of processing the template, the template is not accurate, so that the glasses side and the frame can not be uniform fusion, and the force of the lens is uneven. It will be easy to lead to greater stress in some parts, resulting in edge collapse.
A Suitable Nose Pad
The Nose pad must fit the nose to the maximum extent possible. If they do not fit, the opticians have special pointed tools. It's best not to adjust the nose pad yourself. A lot of store staff are afraid to adjust the nose pad, just because it is difficult. The general store processing master will adjust the nose pad. The nose pad can be adjusted on the premise of the same rake angle.
Glasses Size - Bridge Width
The bridge width is the distance between two lenses, measured from the innermost layer of each lens. Finding the right bridge width will allow your sunglasses or glasses to be put properly on the bridge of your nose. The bridge of the nose is an essential element because even though the frame looks pretty attractive, it helps people see more clearly. The precise distance between the two lenses helps reduce the pressure on the eye, helping the nose, without putting too much pressure on the inside of the eye. The size of the eye and the size of the bridge is usually adjacent, sometimes separated by a square icon.
How to Choose Reading Glasses?
Find the right power. When choosing reading glasses, finding the right power would be the most important thing. All reading glasses will have signs or stickers indicating their power. In most cases, they will range from +1 to +4 diopter, in increments of +0.25. So, when choosing reading glasses, try the lowest power first.
Test-drive the glasses. If you have brought reading material with you, try reading it at a comfortable length. If you hold the material too far out to be able to read it, you should increase the power. Keep testing the differences powers until can read clearly at the distance that’s more comfortable for you.