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    I broke my glasses the other day and I took them to the optician, they managed to fix it by getting new frames, new lenses were not required. However I feel my vision whilst wearing the new pair has become unbalanced.

    If I close my right eye and look with my left whilst wearing glasses, my vision is perfectly fine. But if I close my left eye, and look with my right, it's like I'm not even wearing glasses.

    My right eye is worse than my left, I only had an eye test last month. Would this mean that the optician has mixed up the lenses when they added them onto the frames? You would think that the stronger lens would be on the left hand side?
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    It's almost impossible to mix up the lenses. However, that might be a wrong PD. or you simply noticed that your right eye is not corrected to 20/20. Go there and re-check your vision and your glasses.
 
 
 
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