Spectacles for Pensioners - Prescription Glasses For Less

The average retirement age in the majority of countries is sixty years old. It is after retirement from active duty that one becomes pensionable. Also, it is common knowledge that, by this age, the majority of persons have developed problems with their eyesight. This therefore means that, most of them are in need of spectacles for pensioners. Most spectacles for these age bracket are purely medical, meant to offer corrective measures for their eyesight. The part were major concern is focused is on the lenses. They have to be right to offer the right corrective measure.

So, how does one determine which spectacles for pensioners are right for the old folk? Well, the process has start with a visit to an eye specialist. These perform the test to establish which deformity the folk might be suffering from then prescribed the curative glasses. The condition might be short sight or long sight. After you are issued with the prescription, you then take it to the glasses specialist who will then offer the prescribed glasses or prescribe it for you.

However, as most of the prescribed spectacles for pensioners are not in stock, over the counter cash and take terms are not possible.

After the Purchase

For those who still have their folks around, it is most likely that you have seen their glasses having s connecting strand. As they are growing old and their skin losing its natural elasticity, it becomes difficult for them to firmly hold their glasses. However, the strand is not full guard against falling of the glasses. So what happens in case the glasses fall off and break? The bad news is that you will have to go into your pocket again to get them others. The good news is that, if this unfortunate event occurs, you will have to go back to the eye specialist who prescribed the first glasses.

According to the law, they should keep a copy of your records and you are also entitles to a copy. They should therefore give you are copy of the prescription which you then tackle to the eyeglasses specialist for replacement. Better still, to prevent having to go without your spectacles for pensioners, you might opt to have several lenses which you just replace. In case on falls, you just fix the other. This could also be a strategy to avoid having the same specs on all the time.

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Follow this easy steps to order your new glasses:

  1. If your current prescription is over 2 years old, get a new one from your local optometrist (it's a free service for you, if you have Australian Medicare
  2. Choose the online glasses you like from our store
  3. Fill in a simple form to let us know your prescription or you can either fax it or e-mail it to us
  4. Pay for your order using credit card, we accept
  5. Your new glasses will arrive via Australia Express Post

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