Difference Between Routine And Medical Eye Exams

When it comes to having your eyes examined, you may have concerns over whether or not you will be able to get help from your insurance company to pay for the exam. In some cases, your eye exam will be covered, but it may not always be covered unless you have an insurance policy that specifically states it covers annual eye exams. The information in the article below will help you to understand the difference between a routine eye exam and a medical eye exam, so you know how to proceed with regards to either using your insurance card, or your own personal credit card. Read More 

The Right Glasses Make The Face

Have you ever seen someone wearing glasses and thought how wrong that shape was for their face? Or, have you ever seen someone wear glasses that you find to look surprisingly good in them? The truth is, not everyone will look equally as good in any pair of glasses. Different people have faces shaped differently, and the glasses they wear should complement the natural shape of their face. You can spend hours trying on all the glasses in your optometrist's office trying to find the pair that looks right on you, or you can learn which shapes will work best with your face here and go in knowing what to look for in a pair of glasses. Read More 

Reading Glasses Frames: Choosing The Material, Color, And Design

When choosing reading glasses, considerable emphasis is placed on the actual glasses or lenses. This makes sense because it is the actual lenses that determine how well the glasses work. However, you should still pay attention to the frame. Here are some of the things that should help you choose the right frames. Your Job Your job may determine the type of frame you should get for your reading glasses. For example, if you are in a " Read More