Children are in the stage of growth and development, and the size of their heads will also change year by year. It is best to choose a suitable childrens eyeglasses lens frame and take the child to personally try it on before making the choice.


Glasses need to be fixed in front of the eyes by the nose and ears, which are not easy to slip off, but also comfortable and beautiful. The nose support should be placed exactly on the back of the nose, not pressed down tightly, but it should not be suspended, otherwise, it can easily slip off.


After wearing children's eyeglasses for some time, it is also necessary to observe whether the frames worn by the child recently are too tight or too large and make timely adjustments.


How to choose children's eyeglasses? Not every child needs dilated pupils. Generally, children who have undergone their first glasses before the age of 12 should undergo dilated pupils and undergo optometry to obtain more accurate readings.


This is because 3-12 years old is a critical period for the development of the baby's eyeballs, with a certain amount of hidden hyperopia. Moreover, children at this age have not yet developed good eye habits, resulting in pseudomyopia caused by ciliary muscle fatigue, which can affect the accuracy of optometry.


By using medication to dilate the pupils, these influencing factors can be eliminated and the accuracy of optometry can be improved. One thing to note is that after dilated pupils, the pupils become larger and the amount of light entering the eyes increases. In the short term, there may be photophobia. When the drug effect fades and the pupils return to normal, photophobia will disappear.