Three weeks ago I picked up my new prescription glasses, took them to work\nthe next morning, and immediately noticed a strange visual effect when I put\nthem on to work on my PC. These new glasses made it appear as though the\nhorizontal, top surface of my monitor was angled upwards on the right side.\nAlso, things looked a bit blurry to me through these new glasses. I thought\nat first that I just needed to get used to my new prescription, which hadn't\nchanged very much at all over the previous 3 years, but I just couldn't get\nused to the strange appearance of things. I took them off, put on my old\nglasses, and I could see great again.\n\nIf I want some new frames, can I request that the lens maker use my old\nprescription? Either my eye doctor has written me a bad prescription, or the\nlens maker seriously screwed up the creation of my new lenses. Can an\neyewear vendor deny a person from having a new pair of glasses made with a 3\nyear old prescription, even if they CAN positively see BETTER with their OLD\nprescription? I'm ready to just have myself some new Crizal lenses made for\nthe new frames I just purchased, but with my old prescription if some\neyeglass vendor would be kind of enough to do this for me. Or should I give\nthe new prescription a chance with some lenses that are re-created for me by\nthe company that I just purchased the new glasses from? Something is just\nnot right with these new glasses...\n\nThanks in advance for any answers to this dilemma.\n\nRon M.