Small round frame better?

Discussion in 'Glasses' started by Ralph222, Aug 30, 2003.

  1. Ralph222

    Ralph222 Guest

    A smaller round frame makes for a thinner lense does it improve the
    correction of my vision? I wear normal size frames with the lense about
    1 half inch thick,nearsighted. I also wear hard contacs sometimes,but
    not for long ,they dry out too fast and are uncomfortable.I can see a
    lot better with them though. Will a smaller frame bring my vission
    closer to that of contacs?
    Thanks Ralph
     
    Ralph222, Aug 30, 2003
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  2. Ralph222

    Diet Rich Guest

    No. You see better through contacts because contacts are closer to
    your eyes than spectacles. Try pushing your specs a bit toward your
    eyes and you'll see better. So you should look for frames that allow
    the lenses of the spectacles to be as close to the eyes as possible.
     
    Diet Rich, Sep 2, 2003
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