If you are looking for a way to eliminate the need for multiple eyeglasses to help you see at different distances, then you should consider getting progressive lenses in Hamilton from Mountain Eye Care. No matter how great those new, perfectly you, designer eyeglasses look, rocking a bifocal line, or switching back and forth between two pairs of glasses, can make you feel older, and stress you out with having to keep track of each pair. Today’s progressive lenses in Hamilton at Mountain Eye Care give you a single and stylish solution so you can see clearly at three ranges: close, mid, and far away. Mountain Eye Care is Hamilton’s number one choice for designer frames, premium lenses, and state of the art contact lenses, and we utilize the most current technologies including HRT, pachymetry and visual field tests, to help us provide the best patient care possible. Getting progressive lenses in Hamilton that you can be confident wearing is achievable when you choose Mountain Eye Care. Continue reading this post to find out more information about progressive lenses at Mountain Eye Care.
How do progressive lenses in Hamilton work?
Myopia occurs when the light that comes in to the eye doesn’t directly focus on the retina, and rather, it focuses right in front of it, causing the image you see when looking at a distant object to be out of focus. People with myopia will often complain of symptoms like headaches and eye strain from squinting. Myopia can be easily detected with an eye exam at Mountain Eye Care, and then treated with the correct eyeglasses or corrective contact lenses.
Adjusting to your new progressive lenses in Hamilton can be frustrating, but don’t worry, Mountain Eye Care has provided a few suggested tips for you so that you can start to see clearly, at every distance, with one pair of eyeglasses.
– Resist the temptation to switch back and forth to your old glasses—this slows down the process of retraining your brain to focus through new lenses.
– Wear your glasses high on your nose, and close to your eyes to maximize the range of visibility through each lens.
– Move your head, not your eyes. Point your nose directly at what you’d like to see and bring it into focus by moving your chin up or down.
– Practice makes perfect! Grab a magazine to read while watching TV. Going back and forth between the two is a great way to practice and to speed up your transition.
Hopefully the information in this post can help you if you are considering getting progressive lenses in Hamilton from Mountain Eye Care. For more information about progressive lenses in Hamilton, or about any of our other products or services, please continue to browse through our website. We can also be reached by phone at (905) 389-4201 or by filling out our contact form.