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HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTION READY

You’ll need to upload in your prescription to complete your order, so have it handy.

Need help reading your prescription? Please find the below Prescription details.

Prescriptions (Rx):

If you need glasses, your eye doctor/Optometrist will provide you with a prescription for corrective lenses. Eyeglass prescriptions may be written in different ways, though most are either printed or handwritten in horizontal rows. The first row is the prescription for the Right eye (OD), and the second row is for the Left eye (OS). Within each of these rows are three values: Sphere (SPH), Cylinder (CYL), and Axis. The SPH number corrects for nearsighted [indicated with a minus (-)] or farsighted [indicated with a plus (+)] vision. The CYL number and AXIS number correct for astigmatism. You may also have another field labeled as ADD which corrects for the reading power used in a bifocal or progressive lens.

 

Please find the below Prescription Format.

KNOW YOUR PD

We need your PD (pupillary distance) to make your glasses.

How to Measure Your Pupillary Distance (PD)

What is Pupillary Distance?

Pupillary distance (PD) measures the distance between the centers of your pupils. This measurement is used to determine where you look through the lens of your glasses and should be as accurate as possible. The average adult’s PD is between 54-76 mm; kids’ are between 43-58 mm. Your eye doctor/Optometrist will usually measure your PD during an eye exam. However, if it was not given to you, the below 5 steps will help you measure it yourself.

 

How to Measure Your PD?

  • Standing in front of a mirror.
  • Hold a ruler against your eye brow.
  • Close your right eye then align the ruler’s 0 mm with the center of your left pupil.
  • Look straight then close your left eye and open your right eye.
  • The mm line that lines up to the center of your right pupil is your PD.

 

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