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Choosing the right glasses for your child

1 in 7 children have vision problems

If your child sees poorly and his vision is not corrected, he may experience academic difficulties. Indeed, he has difficulty learning to read, he may be dyslexic, he has difficulty staying focused in class. Know that 90% of your child's learning is associated with their vision! It is therefore important to monitor your child's vision from an early age.

Which glasses for my child?

After going to an ophthalmologist, you have a prescription with your child's correction. But how do you choose the right frame for your girl or boy?

The ideal shape of the frame varies depending on the age of your child. On the other hand, consider favoring cellulose acetate frames because this material is light and hypoallergenic to guarantee comfort and safety.

From 0 to 5 years : baby glasses must respect their body shape and especially the fragility of their ears. The circles are high and the bridge (width of the frame at the top of the nose) is low to optimize the visual field. Frames with flexible rubber hinges are ideal because they are resistant to twisting and other movements that your baby can put them through. For older children, rubber hinges are not essential but it is important that they are flexible.

From 6 to 10 years old : The technical shapes must remain close to those of toddlers: high circles and low bridge. Still small but attentive to their appearance, 6-10 year olds assert themselves and want to be considered “grown-ups”. Often, they want to be like Mom or Dad. In this sense, think about children's glasses inspired by adult models. Cellulose acetate frames to prevent allergies and flexible hinges to ensure safety in case of clumsiness.

From 10 to 13 years old : These often very connected pre-teens need trendy frames in order to “feel good in their glasses”. In addition to the technical aspect, the shapes must be assertive and in keeping with the times.

What color frame for a child?

As you will have understood, the shape of your child's glasses will depend on their age. On the other hand, when it comes to color, anything goes! Sober black, navy blue, bold red, tortoiseshell like the grown-ups... The main thing is that your child likes the color so that he or she wants to wear them!

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