Kids Eyewear at Mountain Eye Care
Our kids explore new and exciting things all day long, and we don’t want them to miss a thing. All kids with vision problems deserve hard wearing glasses that are light, comfortable, and help them see and be their very best. We provide kids eyewear at Mountain Eye Care that looks good, maximizes their ability to see, and are strong enough to cope with active young owners. If you are looking for kids eyewear, then you have come to the right place! Read on for more information about kids eyewear at Mountain Eye Care.
Get your child’s eyes tested
If you have any worries or concerns about your child’s eyesight, don’t hesitate to book an eye exam. At Mountain Eye Care we use a variety of eye testing techniques for kids of all ages, and our friendly optometrists are particularly sensitive to the needs of young children. We’ll do all we can to make sure your child is seeing the world as clearly as everyone else in the playground. Our top priority is providing your child with the right lens and the best UV protection. Mountain Eye Care optometrists are experienced in giving eye exams for children.
What kind of lenses are best for kids?
Kids can be rough on their glasses, so we recommend impact resistance lenses for children of all ages. Frames have to be strong and durable. We’ll help you choose a style from the wide range we carry, that looks good and matches your child’s face shape.
Our range of kids frames are made in the latest styles using the most advanced materials, from hypoallergenic and flexible memory metals, to the latest styles of acetate. Once your child’s prescription lenses are added, our expert fitters will make all the adjustments necessary to ensure perfect fit and comfort.
How to choose the right eyewear for your child
If you’re a parent in search of the right pair of eyeglasses for your child, you probably know that walking into an optical store can be confusing. There is no shortage of children’s eyeglass frames. The problem is: how do you figure out which ones: a) your child will be willing to wear; and b) will last longer than the ride home?
Proper Bridge Fit:
One of the toughest parts about choosing suitable frames for young children is that their noses are not fully developed, so they don’t have a bridge to prevent plastic frames from sliding down. Metal frames, however, usually are made with adjustable nose pads, so they fit everyone’s bridge.
Whether they are full or part-time eyeglass wearers, most kids get at least a little teasing about their specs, especially the first time they wear them. So it’s very important that they avoid frames that make them look “uncool.”
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