Monday, March 31, 2008

Reading Glasses, Contact Lenses and Eye Glasses

Reading glasses come in two main styles: full frames, and half-eyes, the smaller
Franklin glasses that sit lower down on the nose. Many people feel they look better
in contact lenses rather than eyeglasses. Reading glasses are suitable for people
who spend a great deal of time concentrating on material close-up. Contacts lenses
are a safe and effective alternative to eyeglasses when used with care and proper

The need for reading glasses has long been associated with being old. Have you
found yourself having to push that magazine out at arm's length to see the fine
print? You've officially reached middle age. However contact lenses, when compared
with eyeglasses, require a longer initial examination, more follow-up visits to
maintain eye health, and more time for lens care.

Reading glasses can be custom-made for each individual through an optical
dispenser, or they can be purchased "ready-made" at the pharmacy or department
store. Contact lenses move with your eye, allow a natural field of view, have no
frames to obstruct your vision, and greatly reduce distortions. They do not fog up,
like eyeglasses, nor does mud or rain splatter them.

Reading glasses are safe in that they cannot damage the eyes physically, whether or
not they are the optimal strength, or whether they are used correctly or incorrectly.
Contact lenses, compared to eyeglasses, generally offer better sight.

Reading glasses, containing low power plus sphere lenses, and are widely available
for non-prescription, over-the-counter purchase. Most eye-care professionals
recommend replacing your contact lenses case every 3 months for optimum eye

About The Author: Roger King is a successful author and publisher of http://www.1st- Reading glasses and review of the best manufacturers.

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