Choosing children’s eyeglasses is by no means a simple thing: this is why we have chosen to help you in choosing the right frame and the correct lenses. The theme of the vision of children, future adults, has been at the fore of the recent scientific news which estimated that 50% of tomorrow’s adults, to be precise by 2050, will be short-sighted.

Therefore, choosing the correct eyeglasses, even trendy eyeglasses, for today’s girls and boys means taking care of the visual health of tomorrow’s adults. Precisely for this reason we urge all parents to consider that a child’s eyes are constantly evolving and tend to stabilize around the age of 10. During this period of time for various reasons the growth process can undergo some alterations that can cause visual defects.

How, then, to monitor the visual growth of a child? Simple: through a control plan. Here are our three stages:

  • first stage – Age: 3 years | The ophthalmologist checks the regular anatomical development of the eye and the presence of three-dimensional perception ;
  • second stage – Age: 6 years | In the absence of other symptoms, a check is set at the beginning of school to verify the absence of anomalies, allow normal ocular development and ensure a precise vision aimed at supporting school commitments;
  • third stage – Age: 9-10 years. | Monitoring of the end of the child’s eye development process correctly and without alterations due to incorrect habits or excessive visual effort.

Considering the dynamism of children and, therefore, the frequency with which they happen to suffer falls or trauma, we advise you to buy soft eyeglasses and frames; while also keeping the lenses highly impact resistant.


You would not think so, but the choice of the right frame for children’s eyeglasses is very important: the support on the nose must be comfortable and not annoying, the centering of the lenses and their size must be perfect, as well as the impact resistance must be highly resistant. As for the lenses, therefore, also the frames for children’s eyeglasses must be chosen according to the different physiognomic characteristics of the little ones; not only that, it must guarantee high impact resistance to guarantee maximum safety and, at the same time, it must be designed for an abnormal support on the nose. Yes, “anomalous” due to the fact that the nose must also be left free to develop with the growth of the face.

Precisely for the facial development of children it is also necessary to update the frame over time: this will always allow them to always have the best anomalous support on the nose and perfect centering of the lenses. This will prevent mechanisms of worsening of the visual defect from being triggered. Finally, children’s eyeglasses must adapt to the gradation to be corrected and therefore to the thickness of the lenses, avoiding the risk that the lens may fall or rotate, no longer guaranteeing correct vision.


An important aspect that differentiates adult lenses from children’s lenses is their therapeutic function. One of the problems of the little ones is the speed with which vision defects advance, particularly myopia. This is why it is important to select the right type of lens for children to try to slow down the progress of the visual defect as much as possible. Fortunately, in recent years, various researches have led to excellent results in this area, thanks to the creation of lenses that can reduce the progress of visual problems by up to 50%. 


Often, as a result of accidental damage to the lenses due to the hectic and dynamic life of children who require the need to change lenses, cheap lenses are required by removing some “optional” treatments that are very useful for the child’s vision, such as antireflection. After all, buying glasses online is a good option today.

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