Having Problems with Your Eyeglasses?

130306-1_2020_Website_Banners_R1_eye_exam_1If you wear eyeglasses on a daily basis you want to make sure that your eyewear are the perfect match for your face and eyes. Having the wrong fit or prescription can make life a bit uncomfortable. You can find comfort in the fact that there are clear indicators if you’re having a problem with your eyeglasses. Here are some common things to be aware of:

Wrong Prescription:

  • Headaches
  • Fuzzy or blurry vision
  • Dizziness
  • Vertigo

These might be indicators that you need a new prescription for your eyeglass lenses. On the other hand, your glasses may have the correct prescription, but the lenses may need adjustments. The best thing to do is get your eyeglasses checked once a year to make sure you have the correct prescription and lenses are aligned properly.

Wrong Fit:

  • Your eyeglasses always sit too low or high on your face
  • You have pressure marks where the frames sit on your face
  • The temples and/or ear piecesfit too tightly on your head

If any of these issues seem familiar, you should get your eyeglasses checked and fitted. In many cases, you can visit your local eye doctor’s office, where a frame technician can adjust your eyeglasses for a better fit. In other cases, you may need to consider purchasing a new pair of frames better fitted for your face. Having a comfortable pair of glasses will make all the difference in your daily activities. Schedule an appointment today with your Optometric Associates eye doctor for an eye exam or eyeglass consultation. We look forward to seeing you!

Drop into 20/20 Eyeglass Superstore for all your eye care needs. We have a frame for every face and a price for any budget. We also have Independent Optometrists located on site who will be happy to examine your vision. Walk-in’s are welcome but we ask that you come 15 minutes prior to your desired appointment time.

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