When the time comes for you to decide upon the perfect lenses for your child, you want to be informed and make the right decision. Your child's eyesight is important and picking the correct lens for not only their prescription, but what their daily life is like, is vital. You don't want to have to return again and again to figure out what is best, you want it done perfectly the first time.
Once your child has been examined and you have obtained a unique prescription for your child's specific vision needs, you will need to decide which lens works best, and you will want a lens that is able to withstand the wear and tear a young person can put on a pair of glasses. All of these factors can be confusing.
Here, we will do our best to describe the variety of lenses available and aid in making the decision process as simple as possible. Our staff is trained to help you find the combination that works best. You will have three main lenses to choose from:
- Clear prescription lens for regular, daily use
- Sun or light adjusting lens, for frequent outdoor or computer use
- Frames with lenses requiring no prescription.
To understand what lens is right for your child, let's break them all down.