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... and still give you a good choice of frames. ... (4 replies)
... Cost of glasses will vary according to the prescription and frames you choose plus cost of lens material used. ... (4 replies)
... and they were one of the two cheapest pairs in there. ... (4 replies)

... when I was a kid my glasses were usually only about $100. The frames of my last pair (the super awesome silhouettes) were something like $500 (I got a huge discount and only paid $200). My boyfriend works for a contact lens distributor said that my (eyeglass) lenses, which are a really good lens (high index AR, whatever that means) literally cost $18-20 to make, but they are... (4 replies)
Cataract surgery
Jul 15, 2006
... circle reading lenses to use on an old pair of reading glasses, at Walgreen's. ... (107 replies)
... The frames run from $120-250, the lenses about $120-150. It is very expensive! Well, I only get wire rims, maybe the plastic rims are cheaper, I never looked! The eye exams are $100. But these are just the prices in the places I've gone. Maybe there's cut rate place out there somewhere. Maybe you could check on the internet for prices around your area? (4 replies)
Glasses dilemma
Jan 17, 2005
... for a pair of glasses. Of course this does not include all of the extras. ... (3 replies)
... opinion. I've recently had a eye test with an opticians. Went through all the tests and had a retinal photo to determine the health of my eyes. The results were that my eyes were very healthy and have no problems with my vision. ... (2 replies)
... think mine forgot to mention it, finally says I had too much damage but I'd believe that easier if he'd brought it up before the deed was done. There were lots of things he should have told me that I didn't know to ask about. Didn't even know terminology. Had to trust. ... (11 replies)
... There is more to verifying the new glasses besides measuring the prescription. ... (4 replies)
... I only have to wear reading glasses now. I still can't believe it. ... (3 replies)
... opthalmologist but you could be running into extensive testing and costs if it is not covered by your health insurance. If you are on the NHS, time may also be a problem. ... (2 replies)
... Well, sorry to hear you had such a heck of a time but glad things started looking up. ... (88 replies)

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