In principle, the curved part of the temple should be just above the fold part of the ear, but pressure should be avoided on the fold part of the ear. If the length of the temples is not enough, the glasses will tilt upward, and the tail of the spectacle frame will press into the back of the ear, making the wearer feel uncomfortable; if the temples are too long, the tail of the spectacle frame will touch the back of the ear when the head is tilted, and the glasses will Fall down on its own.
It is worth noting that when trying on spectacle frames and estimating the length of the temples, the frames should be kept at the correct forward tilt angle on the face. If the forward tilt angle is not taken into account during the trial, you will feel the length of the temples if you wear them for a long time. too short.
In addition, it is worth reminding that if consumers often wear glasses with metal frames, they suddenly switch to plastic frames, or vice versa, they may feel uncomfortable just wearing them. This is because metal frames generally have nose pads. With the nose pads, the vertical distance between the lens and the eyeball can be adjusted. If you often wear metal frames, you will be more suitable for the distance between metal frames, while plastic frame frames do not have nose pads, so the distance is If you can’t adjust it, you may feel uncomfortable when you first wear it.
Usually one week or so is the adaptation period. After the adaptation period, the discomfort will gradually disappear or be significantly reduced. If it still does not alleviate, it is recommended to consult a professional or re-use the original frame.