How Do I Know If My Eyeglasses Were Made Correctly?

Knowing if your eyeglasses were made correctly and exactly as the doctor ordered them can be seem challenging to find out. Of course the place you bought them are going to tell you that they were made correctly; however, how do you know? How do you really know if your eyeglasses were made correctly? Here are a few tips that will help you find out if your eyeglasses were made correctly.

If you had an eye exam with a private doctor and then purchased your eyeglasses at a local chain such as Lenscrafters, you can always take the made eyeglasses back to your eye doctor and ask to have them double checked. Your private eye doctor will hold no sympathy about Lenscrafters having to remake the lenses due to error.

If you had the eye exam at a retail chain such as Lenscrafters, you can always have their eye doctor double check your made eyeglasses for accuracy; however, you may be worried that the eye doctor working for the same company may be more lenient with them rather than force them to remake the eyeglasses. If this worries you, simply visit another competitor and ask them if they would inspect your eyeglasses for accuracy against the copy of the eye doctors prescription.

If it turns out that the place that sold you your eyeglasses made them incorrectly, most places will not charge to have your eyeglasses remade. I must say this, most people that feel that their eyeglasses are made incorrectly are really just having a little difficult adjusting to the new prescription. Before you do anything drastic, give your new eyeglasses a few days to helping you see better. If you know in your heart that something is wrong with your eyeglasses, don’t hesitate to let one of the staff members know about your problems. Commonly, an optician will try to adjust your eyeglasses to fit better while helps eliminate many problems with newly fitted eyeglasses.