Achieving Clear Vision Through Prescription Eyeglasses

Eye examination is ideal every two years if you are generally healthy, below 60 years old, without eye health issues (family history of blindness, glaucoma, lazy eyes), without systemic medical conditions (diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, HIV), and you're not a contact lens wearer. It is highly advised to have a yearly eye examination for those who wear contact lenses because these are prosthetic devices by the FDA and monitoring is required on its impact to eye health at least once a year. What does it mean by 20/20 vision? The 20/20 vision is the normal human vision, wherein 20/20 letter is the size an average person can read without wearing eyeglasses from a distance of 20 feet. A person with nearsightedness needs a round and smaller frame, and that is what an optician sacramento  do, to fabricate lenses and adjust frames, eliminating visual disturbances such as the "fishbowl effect".

Eyeglasses frames sacramento do not only improve vision but are now also make fashion statement to the wearer. Are you aware that eyeglasses may come in different types of lenses? Eyeglasses in this modern times have UV filters to protect the eyes from UV rays, generally lighter because of its high-tech plastic material, and don't easily break or damaged. The different types of high-tech lenses available today include aspheric, polycarbonate, trivex photochromic, high-index plastic, and polarized sunglasses. Polycarbonate lenses are perfect for those who need to wear eyeglasses while playing sports, working on high eye risk places, and for children who are tough and rough with their specs. If you need a strong prescription, high-index plastic lenses are best for you because they are lighter and thinner as compared to old-school super-thick eyeglasses. Photochromic eyeglasses are like automatic sunglasses because exposure to direct sun changes the clear lens to tinted lens. Polarized sunglasses are ideal for those who drive and play sports because they help in reducing glare from a surface such as water.

There are various types of shapes for eyeglasses' lens including inward curves of concave lens for those with nearsightedness, outward curve or convex lens for people with farsightedness, and cylinder shape for people suffering from astigmatism. For those people with more than one vision problems, they may need multifocal eyeglasses or eyeglasses with different sections (upper, lower). Our optician can help you find out the perfect type of lens, shape, and frame according to your prescription eyeglasses, come and check our website or contact us today. Our trusted and licensed optician is willing to help you with your prescription eyeglasses to make sure you get the proper fit basing on your lifestyle. Please call us now to have your prescription checked!