Kids glasses are eyeglasses specially designed for children, available with or without a prescription. Including 1-3 years old toddler glasses, 4-7 years old Preschooler glasses, 8-12 years old children glasses, and prescription eyeglasses for youth boys & girls.
Frame glasses for Kids generally use flexible and durable frame materials, shatterproof lenses, cute and brightly colored frames, can withstand rough play, and please kids.
Why do so many kids need glasses now?
1. More kids are spending more time indoors and engaging in activities that require close vision, such as reading or using electronic devices, which can strain their eyes and lead to nearsightedness.
2. Heredity, parents who often wear prescription glasses, and children's glasses are also prone to myopia, and now more and more parents of myopia glasses
3. Certain medications can affect vision in children
4. Early detection and routine eye exams for children can help catch vision problems earlier than ever before.
How much are kids' glasses?On average, the price range of eyeglasses for kids is between US$50 and US$200.
Costs will vary by prescription (prescription lenses or not), blue light filtering (whether including blue light filtering and blocking polarized light), the durability of materials (e.g. acetate, titanium), brands (well-known brands will be more expensive), the time of purchase (such as Black Friday purchase will be more favorable), place of purchase (offline optical shops will be more expensive than online optical stores) are ups and downs. and designer glasses for children will be more expensive.
Many children's insurance plans cover the cost of eyeglasses for kids and ask for details of what is covered and how much will be reimbursed.
How to tell if your kid needs glasses?
Here are 8 signs your child needs prescription glasses:
Blink more often
When your child has difficulty performing activities that involve seeing things from a distance or up close, they blink more often to see better.
If your child squints a lot, especially when looking at distant objects, it could be a sign that they are experiencing blurred vision, as squinting delays blurred vision.
Rubbing the eyes
This is a side effect of squinting, the eye fatigue caused by squinting, which in turn causes them to rub their eyes frequently.
Sitting too close to the TV or computer
If your child has been sitting too close to the TV or computer screen, it could mean that they are nearsighted.
If your child complains of frequent headaches, it could be a sign that their eyes are overworking and unable to see clearly.
If your child presses his face to the book while reading, he may be nearsighted.
Declining academic performance
If your child's academic performance is declining because he can't read the blackboard clearly, it may be due to an undiagnosed vision problem.
Cover one eye
If your child covers or closes one eye every time when he needs to focus on something, It may be an astigmatism problem, suffering from exotropia.
If your child exhibits any of the above 8 behaviors, It means that your child has vision problems and needs kids prescription glasses.
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