Prescription Glasses Fitting
Your prescription glasses fitting in Mooresville, NC will help you make sure your chosen frames fit your face correctly and your prescription is correct.
Whether you’re updating a prescription and your frames or are new to needing prescription eye wear, a prescription glasses fitting is essential to not only being able to see well with your new prescription, but also to choosing a style that complements your facial features and your personal style. At Vision Center of Lake Norman, we offer a variety of designer frame styles for you to choose from.
Throughout our lives, our vision can change. Because this change can be very gradual, the first signal that something is amiss and needs correction is either the realization over time that objects in your line of vision are always a bit blurry, difficulty focusing your eyes or seeing at night, or reoccurring unexplainable headaches. An eye exam is an excellent way to determine not only your current vision, but also to scan for common diseases of the eye, including but not limited to cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.
Your prescription glasses fitting will help you make sure your chosen frames fit your face correctly and that your prescription is correct and improves your vision. This is also a great time to get answers to any other questions you might have about proper care of your eyes and your new glasses. Minor adjustments can help your glasses better fit your nose and ears, reducing stress and fatigue over time and increasing the likelihood that you will use your glasses when you need them and continue to do so correctly for many years.
For prescription glasses fittings in or around Mooresville, NC, contact us at Vision Center of Lake Norman today. Dr. Monson and the rest of our team are ready to help you and your family with all of your vision needs.
At Vision Center of Lake Norman, we offer prescription glasses fittings to residents of Mooresville, Davidson, Troutman, Sherrills Ford, Terrell, Huntersville, Statesville, and Cornelius, North Carolina.