These eyeglasses patient education articles are provided to assist you in learning more about your eyeglasses and your eyeglass options if you need prescription eyeglasses.
If you have noticed your eyesight changing, please make an eye exam appointment with an optometrist today.
Choosing Children's Eyeglass Frames: Find out about what you should consider when choosing eyeglass frames for your child.
Choosing Eyeglass Frames: Eyeglass frames for an adult vary in shape, size, color and materials. Learn about the best style eyeglasses frame for you.
When Will I Get My Glasses? Find out about our process to custom make your glasses according to your prescription needs.
Types of Eyeglasses
Prescription Sunglasses: Did you know you can add tint to prescription eyeglasses to protect your eyes from the sun? Check out the tint options.
Reading Glasses: Need a little assistance reading but you don't want full blown eyeglasses yet? Read on - grab your glasses first.
Prescription Reading Glasses vs Over the Counter Readers: Do you know the difference between reading glasses from your optometrist versus from the drugstore?
Options Available When You Need Bifocals: Do you need bifocals? Check out the different options from lined bifocals to progressives.
Backup Eyeglasses for Contact Lens Wearers: It's always smart to have a backup pair of glasses even if you wear contact lenses. You never know when you may need them!
Glasses Care & Upkeep
Top 8 Tips to Care for Your Eyeglasses: Follow these tips to clean your glasses and keep them in great shape.
Repairing Your Eyeglasses vs Buying New Glasses: If your glasses break, should you just repair them or buy a new pair?
How Often Do I Need New Glasses? Do you only need a new pair of glasses if your prescription changes? See our expert's opinion here.
Travel Tips for Glasses Wearers: Leaving for a vacation or a business trip? Check out our top tips for traveling with glasses.
Anti Reflective Coating: Learn about this special coating that can be applied to your eyeglasses for better visibility at night and when working on the computer.
*In certain states, eye exams are provided by independent Doctors of Optometry or Ophthalmology. Eye exam regularly $45 without the two pair offer. Two pair purchase required for FREE eye exam offer.