Lazy eye or amblyopia, is a vision related issue that is different from the typical shortsightedness or long-sightedness. Unlike those two common issues, lazy eye doesn’t develop in later stages of life. It is actually a condition where the vision in one or both of the eyes is not properly developed by birth. Just like people suffering from myopia, people with lazy eye cannot see properly with one of the eye. Prescription eyeglasses can help them see better and online discount glasses by Marvel Optics are just as good as any other high quality glasses.
However, it is not considered a proper treatment as it doesn’t help in development of vision. One of the major issues with lazy eye is that early diagnosis is often too difficult as children are not aware of the problem. Born with underdeveloped vision, they cannot distinguish between clear and unclear vision. So, it is hard for parent to know of it until their children start their studies. Kids with lazy eye often face difficulties in reading and writing. They may also squint a lot when watching TV or readings something from far away.
How Is Lazy Eye Treated without Prescription Glasses?
Prescription glasses can help improve the way a person with lazy eye sees. However, since the problem is not related to the eye itself but the way it processes visual image, the treatment requires more than just kids eyeglasses. There are numerous ways to treat this issue and most of them revolve around forcing the eye to work harder. One of the most common ones is the eye-patch treatment.
Eye Patch Treatment
In order to get the lazy eye to work, a patch is applied on the stronger eye. Prescription eyeglasses are used to improve the focus in the affected eye. A child must wear the eye patch for three to four hours a day while performing activities involving reading or coloring. This encourages the eye to work, which can often start the development process. The treatment does working most cases, but it requires a lot of time and consistency. For many patients, doctors suggest years and years of treatment.
Once the eye starts working to an extent, there can be several surgeries that may be performed to further improve the problem, but it depends on the actual underlying reason.
Will You Need Prescription Eyeglasses after the Treatment?
While lazy eye treatments will treat the issue and improve the way you vision work, most patient will still require prescription glasses to correct their eye sight. There aren’t any specific types of glasses you would need. Just make sure that the frame and lenses are both of the finest quality.
At Marvel Optics, we have a wide range of cheap prescription glasses in quality comparable to the high end ones you will get for ridiculously high prices. You can speak to our experts and discuss your specific needs and requirement to find a pair that suits you the best.
Best Prescription Glasses
The WileyX WorkSight series of frames includes prescription-ready safety glasses. The Profile style has rectangular frames with full rims. Triloid frames and polycarbonate lenses meet the American National Standards Institute Z87.1-2010 high velocity and mass impact requirements and U.S. federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration 1910.133(b)(1)(1) standards. These glasses come with a fold-over case, removable side shields and a drawstring storage pouch.
Profile frames may be available in several color choices such as Gloss Brown Demi, Gloss Green Demi, Matte Hickory Brown, and Matte Black. This eyewear can accommodate single vision, bifocal and progressive lenses. Check the frame size and dimensions to determine whether Wiley X Profile can provide the best fit for daily, occupational or activewear.
Another popular frame style ready for prescription lenses is ArmourX 6001. These plastic glasses with polycarbonate lenses meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards. Large black rectangle frames wrap around the wearer’s face. While these glasses are compatible with single vision, bifocal or progressive lenses, the base curve may not be the best choice for high Rx lenses.
The 6001 style frames from ArmourX are suitable for on-the-job or activewear. A lightweight frame design is paired with lenses treated to resist dust, fog, reflections and scratches. When fitted with clear or tinted lenses, this eyewear provides protection from ultraviolet rays. This style is popular because it is comfortable and stylish enough to wear inside and outside while doing a wide range of activities.
A double bridge distinguishes Shellshore by Marvel Optics apart from other metal rectangular frames. This small feature draws attention upward toward the browline, which can be helpful for balancing the features of a round, oval, triangle or diamond-shaped face and adding an element of style. These full-rim glasses come in a small size and accommodate single vision lenses.
Rectangle-shaped frames with a double bridge are ideal for oval and oblong face shapes. Check the measurements of these frames to determine whether Shellshore is the right safety prescription glasses style for you. These frames may be available in colors such as blue, gunmetal or jet black.
Brave frames by M-Line have on-trend vintage styling at an affordable price. These round acetate full-rim glasses have spring hinges. Some versions combine black frame fronts and colored temples. Single vision, bifocal and progressive lenses can all be fitted into these frames, as can high Rx prescriptions. An anti-scratch coating maintains optical clarity for comfortable wear and value.
Check the dimensions of Brave frames to determine whether this style is the best choice for your face. Men and women can both sport this retro style. Choose from several shades such as matte black with navy temples, matte black with red temples and matte black. You can also customize this style with clear or tinted lenses.
One of the most popular prescription frame styles for women is Katelyn by Marvel Optics. These cat-eye full-rim frames are another vintage style updated for modern wear. Plastic frame fronts and temples feature textural details for a unique look. The best online prescription glasses for women are compatible with single vision, bifocal, progressive lenses and high Rx prescriptions.
If you have an oval or pear-shaped face, you may want to consider Katelyn frames. These glasses can be fitted with clear or tinted lenses with an anti-scratch coating for vision correction or sun protection. These glasses come in a medium size. Check the dimensions of this eyewear to determine whether it will provide the best fit. Marvel Optics makes more prescription-ready styles for women.