If you have recently undergone an eye test and been told that you need spectacles, you may be worried about having to wear spectacles. Some of this worry may be due to fears about how your spectacles will look and feel when you wear them. However, modern spectacles have benefited from technological advances and new designs. Read on to find out everything you need to know.
Many people who are diagnosed with an eye condition which requires spectacles worry about having to buy several pairs so they can read books and also perform tasks which require them to look a long distance ahead.
Refractive errors impact on your eyesight over time and are diagnosed when you have a routine eye examination. If you have a refractive error, light cannot reach the retina in the back of your eyes at the optimum angle for perfect vision. Instead, an abnormality in a part of your eye that helps you focus on images, such as the cornea or lens, causes light to enter your eye from a different angle than it should.