Date: November 30, 2018
December 30, 2018 (16 days)
Optic Topic by Steven A. Queenan FITTING FRAMES TO FLATTER yeglass frames should be chosen to flatter the face With this in mind, select frames that contrast with your facial shape (such as a square style on a round face), and find a design that is as wide (from temple to temple) as the widest part of your jawline. If the bridge of your nose lacks definition choose frames with a bold bridge. The top of your frames line. Once you have selected the frames, take steps to ensure their longevity. Always remove your glasses with both hands Using one hand will bend the frame out of shape.) After removing your glasses, re them on the edge of the frame not on the lenses. lean lenses regularly, using water and a lens cleaner then dry with a clean, soft cotton cloth, like a handkerchief, or a nicrofiber cloth. And use a hard shell case that is the correct size for your glasses. To learn more please call REGIONAL EYE OPTICAL at 587-6309 for mor information, or visit our website www.regeyecenter.com. We are located just inside Regional Eye Center at 1455 Montreal Street S.E. Our business hours are Mon. & Thurs., 8:00am-7:30pm Tues. & Wed., 8:00am-5:30pm Fri., 8:00am-4:00pm, and Sat 8:30 to noon. S. In order for a lens prescription to be effective the optical center of each lens must be positioned directly in front of each corresponding pupil.