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Guide to Adjust your Glasses

PROBLEM No. 1

My Frame is Slipping Down on my Nose.

 

(a) FOR METAL FRAME GLASSES:

Use your thumbs to push the nose pads closer together until they fit snugly against either side of your nose.

(b) FOR PLASTIC FRAME GLASSES:

Place your glasses in a bowl of warm water for 30-60 seconds. Carefully apply an inward and downward pressure to the end of the temples to achieve a tighter fit behind the ears.

PROBLEM No.2

My Frame is Pinching my Nose

 

(a) FOR METAL FRAME GLASSES:

Use your thumbs to spread the nose pads out until they fit comfortably.

(b) FOR PLASTIC FRAME GLASSES:

Place your glasses in a bowl of warm water for 30-60 seconds. Carefully apply an outward and upward pressure to the end of the temples to achieve a relaxed fit behind the ears.

PROBLEM No. 3

One Lens of my Frame is Higher than Other

(a) THE LEFT LENS IS HIGHER THAN THE RIGHT LENS:

If the left lens is higher than the right lens, bend the right temple arm down where it’s most adjustable: at the hinge or the bend at your ear.

(b) THE RIGHT LENS IS HIGHER THAN THE LEFT LENS:

If the right lens is higher than the left lens, bend the left temple arm down where it’s most adjustable: at the hinge or the bend at your ear.

 

PROBLEM No. 4

One lens of my Frame is Closer to my eye than Other.

 

(a) IF YOUR LEFT LENS IS CLOSER IN:

Bend the left temple arm in and/or the right temple arm out at the hinge.

(b) IF YOUR RIGHT LENS IS CLOSER IN:

Bend the right temple arm in and/or the left temple arm out at the hinge. While your glasses are strong, be careful not to apply excessive force.  

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