One of the downsides of getting older is that our body parts start to work a little
less well than they used to. Our bones ache a little more when we get up in the
morning, our hearing becomes less stellar and it’s not as easy to read that fine
print as it once was. But, as our faculties decline, our wisdom grows, and the smartest
among us know that, eventually, we might need to invest in a good pair of reading
Reading glasses tend to have lightweight eyeglass frames and come in nine
different strengths, ranging from +1.00 to +3.25. In order to find what strength
is best for you, use a printable diopter chart, which you can find at a number of
websites. At Theyedoctor.com we have a great selection of designer reading glasses
for both men and women. Our designer reading glasses are very sharp looking and
lightweight. Eyeglass frames come in a variety of shapes and colors, so you’re destined
to find the perfect look to fit any face shape. If you already wear glasses or contacts,
you might wonder if you actually need reading glasses. Here are some things
to think about that can help you decide whether or not they’re necessary:
- The older you get, the more likely it is you’ll need a decent pair of reading glasses.
As we age, we begin to lose the ability to focus on close-up objects, i.e. words
on a page. This is known as presbyopia and it’s an inevitable part of growing older.
- You can wear your reading glasses over your contact lenses. In fact, most
people do! A good pair of designer reading glasses is a smart investment
and can last you a long time. Of course, it’s always important to receive regular
eye checkups to be sure you’re still using the proper strength. A strength that’s
too high or too low can cause headaches.
- Having Lasik surgery does not negate the need for reading glasses. Lasik can correct
myopia, hyperopia and astigmatism, but it does not affect presbyopia.
- Some people feel uncomfortable wearing glasses, especially if they never have before.
However, the lightweight eyeglass frames of most reading glasses make
it so you’ll barely even notice you have them on!
- Remember, reading glasses will not help with long-distance vision. They’re only
useful for seeing things up close. If you’re having trouble seeing far away, make
an appointment with your ophthalmologist as soon as you can.
At Theyedoctor.com we have a wide selection of designer reading glasses that will fit in to any
We have a very understanding return policy, so if you find that your glasses aren’t
working out for you, you’re welcome to return them within 30 days for a full refund,
less shipping costs. We’re also happy to provide you with an exchange. Theyedoctor.com
has been happy to be your professional online optical shop since 1997.
What You Should Know about Buying Eyeglasses Online