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Choosing the Best Eyeglass Type for You

Last updated 5 years ago

While having poor vision is never an ideal situation, the freedom and fun of being able to choose the style of your eyeglasses can make up for it. The amount of fashionable eyewear that is available makes it easy to blend function and style. Before you visit an eyeglass store, consider how the following factors could influence your final choice:

  • Plastic Frames: If you’re looking for eyewear that comes in a variety of colors or patterns, search for plastic frames. Plastic is not only a great material for style, but also for its adjustability. With just a little heat, your plastic frames can be adjusted to better fit your face. They’re also an ideal choice for sports players because of their impact-resistant quality.
  • Metal Frames: When it comes to a more modern look, metal frames provide just that. Depending on what they are made of—from aluminum to cobalt—metal frames can come in a variety of sleek colors. Compared to plastic frames, metal frames are a lightweight choice.
  • Rimless or Rimmed: If you thought that frames were a necessary component of eyeglasses, think again. You can opt for rimless eyeglasses if you want to achieve the lightest possible weight. Many people prefer having framed eyeglasses because they can complement their face, depending on its shape.
  • Transition Lenses: These photochromic lenses are a dynamic option for people who want the convenience of sunglasses and eyeglasses in one design. Transitions can automatically adapt to indoor and outdoor settings to give you the necessary UV protection when needed.

Explore your options at Wize Eyes eyeglass store in Long Island. You’ll find a wide array of eyewear frames and lenses to suit your style. We also provide comprehensive eye exams and adjustments. You can visit us online or call us at (516) 358-0040 to schedule an appointment.

 

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