A comfortable, correct fit is essential for children’s glasses. The frames should not be too big or too small, too close to the cheekbone and not higher than the eyebrow. Unfortunately, it can be hard to get children to wear glasses for one of several reasons. Children can find glasses uncomfortable, uncool, unstylish, or too fragile for an active life.
Fortunately, there are strong, comfortable, stylish frames now made for children. These glasses not only improve vision, but they also look great. These are some of the things you should look for when buying eyeglass frames for your child: Children may need glasses for several reasons, some of which are different than for adults. Because a child’s visual system is growing and developing, especially during the first 5-6 years of life, glasses may play an important role in ensuring normal development of vision.