Do i need glasses
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- probably it sounds like you have one eye that is out of focus, and when that happens your other eye works harder to compensate for the weaker eye, and this can make you feel dizzy give you head aches make your eyes hurt, if you are under 20…
- You will never know if you need glasses or not, unless you have an eye test.. In the current climate, it’s actually very cool to have glasses. I remember having to wear those awful thick pink plastic frames when I was in primary school. Now…
- Hey there. I am 21 years old. I think I need glasses, I am going to get an eye exam. I just wanted to know your thoughts. I have a hard time going from reading to looking at the tv, its all blurry and I have to squint to see what it says vi…
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- Q: I can’t see far away and I already own a pair of glasses. I think that it is best if I get glasses and contact lenses. However, my insurance with Kaiser only covers the eye exam. So, how much do I need to save for glasses?
- A: First of all, do you know what your prescription is? That can dictate a lot about cost. For example, single vision lenses are the least expensive, while progressives generally cost the most. Or a high sphere or cylinder (prescription) may require a specialized material that costs more.There are 3 costs to consider when buying glasses. How much you need to save depends on the kind of quality and options that you want.The first is the frame. You can go to an Eyemart/Pearle/Lenscrafters place and find some inexpensive frames or look for something high end. You can spend around $50 for frames…and as much as $500-$600 for designer labels. Don’t be afraid to try something expensive on and then ask the optician if he/she can find something comparable in a lower price if you like them. Some locations will use your existing frame (sometimes for a fee) if they are in good condition. However, they generally assume no liability if your frame breaks in the process of making the lenses.Second, you need to consider the kind of lens you want. Glass and plastic lenses are the least expensive and can range between $50 and $100. Keep in mind, however, that there are more modern materials (like polycarbonate and trivex) that are lighter, flatter, and more safe (shatter resistant) than glass and plastic. If you are calamity prone, have a high prescription, or use your glasses for sports, you might consider paying more for these options. There are other “high index” materials that are the most expensive. Last, you need to consider any additional options that you want with your glasses, as these are usually a separate fee (options such as anti-reflective coating, tints, or transition lenses). These options can range anywear from $25 to $150 dollars each. Shop around and know that private optical locations will probably cost more than chains and are less likely to offer package specials. You can spend as little as $100, as much as $1000! Don’t be afraid to let the optician know your budget from the beginning and he/she will have a better idea of what to offer you.