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Say This (or This) to Help Progressive-Wearers Get Used to Their New Lenses

It’s a simple tip to help first-time progressive-wearers use their new eyewear correctly.

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Say This (or This) to Help Progressive-Wearers Get Used to Their New Lenses

“Point your nose at whatever you’d like to read.” — Kristy Smith, Eyeglass Wearhouse, Reynoldsburg, OH

“Your eyes and your brain comprise a visual system and they sometimes need some time to adjust to a new prescription.”— Bob Mcbeath, Edina Eye, Edina, MN

Why say it? To teach first-time progressive wearers how best to start using their new lenses and as a way to explain why it takes a few weeks to get used to them.

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