When looking for the right glasses, it has always been a headache. I never seemed to get just the right glasses to fit my needs. I even tried contact lenses which was a nightmare I will never repeat.
The last glasses I purchased have proven to be the best ones yet.
* They have strong metal frames which are durable. The are flexible without bending or distorting the frames shape.
* Hinges and nose pieces are securely attached. They do not loosen easily. I don't have to get them adjusted all the time. I have had them for almost a year and only recently had them adjusted. This was the first and only time they have been adjusted since they were purchased.
* The frames are available in two styles. I chose the two tone style because they looked good on my face and would look good with whatever clothing I wear. When you have to wear your glasses all the time, this is important.
* The lenses are made of scratch free non breakable material.
* They are transition lenses which allows me to go out in the sun without hurting my eyes. They adjust to the changes in lighting.
* Since getting older and dealing with the eye and vision problems associated with MS, I have now graduated to bifocals. The way the bifocals are positioned in these glasses makes it easy to adjust to having them.
* The lenses include special adjustments to help with blurred vision, one of the other eye problems which comes along with having MS.
* I see better out of these lenses then any I have owned yet.
These are great glasses. The only drawback would be in not having them.
Yes, I had to pay extra for these glasses above what my insurance would cover, but it was worth it. I would always recommend going to a regular eye doctor or a vision center operated by a knowledgeable eye specialist.
The other vision centers may be cheaper or quicker, but we can't go cheap when it comes to our eyes.