1. If you've started having trouble with your vision, get in touch with your optician immediately. The earlier you begin wearing progressive lenses, the easier this transition will be.
2. The be-all-and-end-all at the optician: personal consultation on progressive lenses and frames, thorough testing and then perfectly fitted lenses.
3. Let your eyes adjust to your new progressive glasses immediately. This means: wear them on an ongoing basis – and be patient!
4. People wearing progressive lenses for the first time usually find their distance vision works best with their new glasses.
5. Even if your progressive glasses are just slightly off-centre, you should have them adjusted immediately at your optician. The alignment of the lenses with your eyes is only correct if the glasses sit just as they were fitted by your optician.