Does The Quality Of The Lens Affect The Ability Of The Lens?
I want to ask, my kmren checked my eyes at the nearest hospital, then got my prescription glasses, I went to the optics around and ordered the glasses according to the doctor’s prescription by ordering a quality lens, and the next day I also ordered glasses at an online eyewear shop according to the doctor’s prescription but with an ordinary lens (not as quality as I ordered in optics), after the two glasses I received, how come there is a difference yes, so the optical glasses that I ordered with a quality lens the results are more focused than on sunglasses from online eyewear stores, even though both of these glasses are according to the prescription from the doctor, which I ask, does the quality of the glasses also determine the focus of the lens? Thanks.
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The quality of the lens can affect the ability of the lens to correct the refractive disturbance of your eyes. A good quality lens can certainly help focus your vision. Making it will also pay close attention to the focus point of your eyes and the refractive strength you need. Poor quality lenses may not have the strength of the lens that is right for your needs or the focal point of the lens doesn't quite fit your eyes. It's best if you use sunglasses with good quality lenses that you have so you can see more comfortably.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.