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Tips for Adjusting to Your Progressive Glasses

Adjusting to any kind of eyewear takes a little time, depending on the differences between your old prescription and your new prescription. To help facilitate adjustment to progressive lenses:

• Don't switch back and forth from your old glasses to your new progressive glasses. This just delays retraining the vision center of your brain to focus and interpret images seen through your new lenses.

• Wear your progressive eyeglasses as high on your nose as possible. This optimizes the range of vision you have through either lens.

• When using a specific prescription embedded in the lenses, remember to move your head to see clearly, not your eyes. Bring objects into focus by pointing your nose at the object and moving your chin into an appropriate position.

• Practice using your multifocal glasses by reading and watching television simultaneously. Learning to move your chin up and down to see your reading material and watch TV is a good way to quicken your transition.

Most people find progressive lenses easy to get used to since the shift between prescriptions is gradual. Alternately, strictly bifocal lenses have a distinct line separating different strengths that may be distracting to those who have certain vision or eye muscle issues. If you have been diagnosed with presbyopia, progressive lenses offer a younger appearance by using corrective lenses that do not have the obvious line across the bottom of the lenses.

Multifocal lenses have definitely evolved with the development of modern manufacturing techniques. From bifocals to progressives, new improvements have led to the advanced addition of free-form progressives. Unlike bifocal lenses that have a distinct line separating the distance and reading prescriptions, progressive lenses seamlessly integrate the powers and provide an intermediate range. With the innovation of the digital or free form progressive lens, you can also expect a high-definition viewing capacity and extended peripheral vision. Distortion is minimized and the precision of your prescription strength is maximized. Get the best option for your multifocal needs, including anti-reflective, scratch resistant, and UV protective coatings, at an exceptional value compared to traditional optical retailers.

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