Find out how to use the numbers and letters in your prescription to determine how bad your eye prescription is.
Long faces have options when it comes to selecting frame styles. Learn more and get your prescription to order the best pair of glasses for your face shape.
You’ve found what appears to be the perfect set of eyeglass frames to match your unique style, but the fit falls flat. Does it fit? Signs your glasses don't fit.
It can be hard to see clearly while you're driving at night. Find out if night driving glasses with yellow lenses can really help you see better during nighttime driving.
How long it takes to adjust to new glasses depends on several factors. Learn what these are and what to do if you have trouble adapting to your new eyeglasses.
An accurate pupillary distance (PD) is essential for clear, comfortable vision when buying prescription eyeglasses. Find out how to measure your own PD.
The right lenses for your glasses make a real difference in your vision, comfort and safety. What you need to know to choose the best glasses lenses.
Learn how high-index lenses can change your thick glasses to thin glasses. Pros and cons, including costs.
Find out how much you can expect glasses to cost and other reliable suggestions for saving money on your next pair of prescription frames.
Polycarbonate and Trivex lenses are lightweight and have similar properties. Find out which is best for you.
Find out how you can prevent your glasses from fogging up when you’re wearing a face mask — and why your glasses get foggy in the first place.
Face shapes and skin tones matter when choosing eyeglasses. Here’s how to choose the best glasses for your face shape and coloring.
Learn what you need to know about bifocals and trifocals, including occupational multifocal lenses for work and play.
Do you need computer glasses? Learn how glasses for computer use reduce eye strain when using your digital devices.
Check out the top 10 trends in men's glasses, including horn rims, stylish unisex looks, fashion-forward round frames and more.
Seeking to donate your old or unused eyeglasses? Lions Clubs, New Eyes and OneSight are among charities collecting used eyeglasses. You can drop old glasses in a bin at LensCrafters, Walmart or Sam's Club stores or mail them to VSP or New Eyes.
Step-by-step instructions for how to clean, but not scratch, eyeglass lenses. Also: Can scratches be removed?
A complete buyer's guide to photochromic lenses (including Transitions lenses) for eyeglasses and sunglasses that darken automatically outdoors.
Learn how anti-reflective, scratch-resistant, anti-fog and UV lens coatings improve vision and increase the durability of your glasses.
Some eyeglass lenses need anti-reflective coating more than others, but everyone will look and see better with AR coating.
Progressive lenses are advanced, line-free multifocal lenses that provide more natural vision than bifocals and trifocals for people over age 40. Here's why.
Learn how to read and understand the letters, numbers and symbols on your eyeglasses prescription.