How Do You Have Bifocal Lenses Replaced?
Bifocal lenses are used when you need a different prescription for reading and up close work and for seeing far away. When you get a new prescription for glasses, or if your lenses are damaged or you want to get a new style of bifocal, it is possible to replace your bifocals with a new pair. Knowing how to replace your lenses makes the process easier. Obtain a copy of your written prescription from your eye doctor. By law, he must furnish you with a copy of your prescription after a complete eye exam and before the prescription expires, usually within one or two years. Verify the type of bifocals that you are currently wearing. Bifocals come in different styles, including bifocals with lines, called flat-tops, trifocals with lines, rounded lined bifocals and no-lines, which are also called progressive or invisible bifocals. Decide whether you want to keep the same style that you had previously, or try a different kind of bifocal. Bifocals without lines take some getting used to, but do
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