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1

The proper width of the frame is equal to

The widest part of the skull’s facial bone structure

2

The longer the face, the greater the

Vertical depth to keep the frame proportional to the face

3

A darker, solid-colored frame aids effect of

Shortening a long face more readily

4

A darker upper rimmed frame allows for

A face-lengthening effect

5

The eyes are set very close to the

Vertical center of the head

6

The lower the temple line, the

Shorter the face appears

7

The higher the temple line, the

Longer the face appears

8

The upper areas of the frame are determined by

The eyebrow line

9

The lower frame areas are determined by

The lines of the cheek and jaw

10

Frames in pale tints of blue or rose benefit

Gray hair

11

People with thicker, darker hair are more likely to wear

Heavier, darker, bolder frames

12

A lighter-colored frame is more recommended for people with

Light, fine hair

13

Those with blond, light brown, or red hair can wear

Gold frames

14

People with grey hair can wear

Silver frames

15

The smaller and more delicate the features, the more

Lighter the frame color

16

The heavier the features, the more

Darker the frame color

17

The smaller and more delicate the features, the

Lighter and thinner the frame should be

18

The larger and broader the features, the

Heavier and thicker the frame should be

19

What are the Nasal Angles?

- Frontal Angle
- Splay Angle
- Crest Angle

20

What is the Frontal Angle?

The angle with which each side deviates from the vertical

21

The Frontal Angle is formed by

Two sides of the nose

22

What is the Splay Angle?

Angle seen as the nose wides from front to back

23

The Splay Angle is best visualized from

Above

24

Weight of spectacles should be distributed over the

Entire flat surface of the pad

25

What is the Vertical / Crest Angle?

Angle from base to the top compared with a vertical plane parallel to the browns and cheeks

26

The Crest Angle is best visualized from

The side

27

The Crest Angle is only of concern regarding which bridges?

Saddle / Contoured Bridge

28

DBL refers to the

Width of the Bridge

29

A proper DBL allows for

Pads to lie on the side of the nose without stretching or compressing the pads

30

Bending the pad arms should allow for

Proper vertical angle, splay angle, and full contact of broad side of pad