Presbyopia is a common problem for aged people. Normally we get presbyopia at the age of 40. With aging becoming a serious problem for many counties, we have seen more and more aged people wearing prescription reading glasses. Though reading glasses are made of only two components basically, it is pretty hard to get some prescription reading glasses that are not only good looking but also serves the purposes correctly. Lens power is a very important factor of prescription reading glasses. You gotta get this right from your doctor. Now let's talk about how to choose prescription reading glasses based on other aspects.
For a good and proper looking, you need to understand how prescription reading glasses are working on our face. Basically it is the frame that influences our look. So it is very important to get the right reading glasses frame. Question is how can we choose wisely? Some people recommend that we should choose glasses frames that resemble our face shape as much as possible. Is this right according to your experience? Well, the answer is absolutely wrong. This is definitely the wrong way of choosing glasses. Instead, we need to choose glasses frames that look the opposite of our face. For example, if our face is more angular, then we should normally choose rounder prescription reading glasses.
Since prescription reading glasses can be worn for a long time, lens should not be too large so as to make you feel dizzy more easily. The best lens is wider than it is higher. In this way, a good view is guaranteed. And we can look from side corners and get clear pictures. Besides lens shape and glasses frames, style is also one important factor. Whether choose aviator, round, cat eye or rectangular, it is all depending on personal preferences. Color and designs are also the same.
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