If you’re having a having a hard time reading, it may be time to get Millbourne reading glasses. Whether you have to hold the book with your arms stretched out as far as they can go or if you need to practically have the book touching your face to read it, you should be assessed by a professional eye doctor at Eye Encounters.
If you’re not able to see what you’re reading clearly, it’s time for a new pair of prescription Millbourne reading glasses. It’s typical for people to run to the store to get a pair of readers instead of heading to the eye doctor. While readers may be a good temporary solution until you can see an experienced eye doctor like ours at Eye Encounters, you should schedule an appointment to be examined to ensure you get the correct prescription. A thorough eye examination is necessary in order to get the right prescription. Your eye doctor will be able to determine what your specific vision correction needs are after he examines you. Readers may or may not be suitable for you. Readers have lens powers that are the same for both eyes. Therefore, if need a different lens power for each eye, they wouldn’t be meet your vision needs. That could only be determined by a professional eye doctor who examines you who would make that part of your eyeglass prescription if appropriate. Aside from possibly needing a different prescription lens for each eye, you might also need other vision correction like distance vision correction. If you prefer to wear one pair of eyeglasses for both distance vision and for reading, bifocals or progressives would be a good choice instead of purchasing two pairs of glasses. You should discuss this with your eye doctor, so he can provide you with the right prescription; the one that would best suit all of your vision correction needs, your personal needs and your lifestyle.
To learn more about getting the right Millbourne reading glasses, prescription, you should consult with our expert eye doctor. Give us a call at Eye Encounters to schedule your appointment today.