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You find yourself pushing your glasses back up your nose. It seems they slip down your face and rest on your cheeks. That’s not ideal. So, what’s the deal?
One size does not fit all.
Perhaps you’re of Asian descent—as is the majority of the world’s population. If not, you could simply have facial features like Asian people often do.
“Asian individuals tend to have more of a flatter face with the cheek bones very projected compared to the typical European.”
Mark Hubbe, assistant professor of anthropology at Ohio State University
Eyewear manufacturers have responded with a solution, which they most often call “Asian fit.” Other names have also surfaced to describe the solution:
- Alternative fit
- Low bridge fit
- Omni fit
Most likely, yes. Contact lenses are available to correct most eye conditions, including myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia.
An estimated 45 million Americans wear contact lenses, according to data published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This include 3.6 million adolescents, 7.5 million young adults, and 33.9 million adults. In fact, one in six adults in the U.S. wear contact lenses.
Studies have found children as young as eight can adapt to and care for contacts. The best way to determine if contact lenses are safe for your child is to evaluate how willing he or she is to wearing and taking care of them.
Contact lenses are the best vision correction option for athletes. Unlike glasses, contacts stay in place, provide a wider field of vision, and eliminate the risk of glasses-related injuries.