If you're a parent looking for the right glasses for your kids, you probably know that walking into an optical store can be confusing. There's no shortage of glasses for kids, the question is figuring out which glasses your kids are
willing to wear, will they last longer than they're home?
An eyeglass prescription is always the first consideration in choosing eyeglasses. Before you start looking for frames, talk to your eye doctor or optician about your child's lenses. If the prescription calls for power lenses that can be
thick, avoid large frames that add thickness to the lenses.
Most children are conscious of wearing glasses for the first time. So, choose a frame with a modern, glamorous style. Additionally, features like photochromic lenses that automatically darken in outdoor sunlight may help motivate your
child to wear glasses.