Did you know there are some general rules that apply when searching for a new frame that is suitable for your new prescription? As a general rule the higher the RX the more important this becomes.
For example if you are far sighted (your prescription has a plus sign beside it for each eye) avoid frames with small lenses, and those that have severe right angles such as a rectangle. Why? Your lenses are thickest in the center so when you go to a larger frame such a medium to large oval or basically any frame with larger lenses which don’t have right angles you’re more likely to be satisfied with the outcome.