Wherever you source the eyeglasses, it takes a while to get used to new pair of eyeglasses. It is absolutely normal to require a bit of an adjustment period if you are switching from an old prescription or wearing glasses for the first time. Let us discuss a few common issues that may occur with your new prescription glasses and a few points to correct such issues.
Reflections in the lens is a familiar situation associated with any new pair of eyeglasses. If you notice annoying reflections in your new lenses this is caused by not having anti-reflective coating. Anti-reflective coating helps to eliminate reflections that cause eye strain, interfere with night vision and impede eye contact. It also lends to an attractive appearance look as well. AusSpecs offers anti-reflective eyeglasses at an affordable price to take care of your eyes from reflective strains.
Trouble in adapting to progressive lenses
Having issues with a new pair of glasses with progressive (multifocal) lenses is extremely common so one should not panic and jump to the conclusion that there is something wrong with your prescription or the new lenses. It will take a while to adjust properly to wearing your new lenses. If after all avenues have been checked you still have trouble in adapting to progressive lenses you may need lenses with different multifocal design. Be aware of the return and refund policies of the store before you order your eyeglasses. AusSpecs provides an excited 30 days return policy that will give peace of mind to all buyers.
If you’ve taken a few days to try and get used to your new prescription, and you still feel unfocussed when you’re looking through it or you’re having headaches, the prescription might be wrong. In this situation you can do another eye exam to determine if the lenses need correction or not.
Sensitivity to Light
Upgrade to photometric (transitional) lenses if you have trouble with sensitivity to outdoor lights while wearing your new glasses. If you don’t want to invest in a separate pair of prescription sunglasses consult with your optician about the upgrade to lenses that darken automatically in sunlight. Please note that photochromic lenses, because they need UV sunlight to activate the transition they do not work behind the windscreen of a motor vehicle
Eyeglass not fit properly
Sometimes, after you’ve picked through an endless variety of frames, you may not fully realize that the one you’ve chosen doesn’t fit you as well as you thought. They may be too big and slide down the bridge of your nose, or maybe they’re too tight to put pressure at the temples or behind the ears. No matter the case do not panic. Optical Frames, in nearly all cases are easily adjusted by applying heat and bending the frame and or temples. The other potential solution to this problem is selecting a metal frame or rimless glasses. If you are not confident to do this ask your optometrist to do this for you
You can’t see properly
It is common to experience certain issues with your new prescription glasses during the initial stages of wearing them. But if you do experience the issues even after trying for a few days the prescription or the script you are wearing might be wrong. It is better to know about your script in detail before buying your eyeglasses. AusSpecs offers you with free script checking which we highly recommend you use before you place your order.
Most of the time patients are not prepared for the limitations associated with their new lens prescription. In some other situations, people are ill-equipped to deal with the full severity of their vision impairment before they put on their new prescription. In certain situations, a new prescription glass may create a double vision. .
With more than 13 years in serving Australian customers, AusSpecs is exceptional in providing quality eyeglasses. We sell latest designs from around the world and fashionable glasses for all occasions. You can buy outstanding Frames and Lenses at its best price in AusSpecs. Moreover you also can get up to and exceeding 70% offer retail for AusSpecs glasses.