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Usually: The otical shop will take your current prescription and use the old lenses as a template to cut the glass to fit the frame. This is usually possible. ...Read more
Frame problem: Sounds like more of a defective product such as the frame itself. ...Read more
After you miscarry what happens to your body.....What are the steps it takes and time frames to get back into a regular cycle, in general?
Back to normal.: Four to six weeks after a miscarriage is about the time for your first period. The first cycle is often different from your usual pattern. It often shorter or longer, lighter and heavier than the usual cycles. After that people generally return to their normal pattern. ...Read more
3-4 months: On average, a halo is used for 3-4 months. ...Read more
Can you go to an optical store and try on frames without an appointment, just to see if you like any of them?
Yes: These are retail outlets usually of the optometrist or ophthalmologist. They would love your business. You will need a current and valid prescription in most states to have them fill the prescription. The most they can say is no! have at it. See if you and they are eye to eye and focus on your desires and don't be short sighted. ...Read more
Are there any opticians that can make lenses thinner and fit them into the frames without costing a fortune?
Yes: Glasses lenses can be made thinner by using what is called a high index material. These vary in price from pretty expensive to only a little bit more than standard plastic. Some new lenses called "free form" lenses are significantly thinner particularly at the edges but are quite a bit more money. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
So i'm curious if i buy the frames online, there wont be a problem fitting my prescription onto them right?
Depends: Work with a good optician for fitting. If your pd (pupillary distance) is not aligned correctly with lenses, you have wasted your money. ...Read more
I want aspheric glasses to reduce minification. SPH -1, CYL -0.75 OS, -1.5/-0.75 OD. My PD: 58mm. Are large frames (51mm) truly a problem?
No: This is a small prescription and can be put into any frame without a problem. ...Read more
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