Adjusting to Progressive, NoLine Lenses in 3-Easy Steps
Progressive No-Line Bifocals gradually change from distance to near, with an intermediate area in-between. Some people call these “trifocals”, but that’s not totally accurate. Trifocals have lines, so they are more like going up and down a flight of stairs. Think of progressives as more like a ramp, where you can move up or down gradually. You might have to adjust to wearing them, but it’s worth it for the more natural vision you get.
Use these tips from Dr. Moody to better understand how to adjust to your new no-line progressive lenses:
You will feel like a bird the first few days as you move your head around to find the right area of the lens;
Give yourself 7-10 days to adjust – please let us know if you’re still having issues please after this;
After 20-years of explaining this to patients, it still took 3-days for me to adjust to my first pair.