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What is pupillary distance (PD) and how do I measure mine?

Pupillary distance (PD) is simply the distance ( measured in millimeters ) between the centers of your pupils. Your PD is on your prescription.

 

PD is important because it helps our lab figure out where the optical center of your lenses should be. Ask your optometrist or ophthalmologist to include your PD when filling out your prescription. Please do not guess what your numbers are when ordering as it can make your sight worse.

Can you fill strong prescriptions? ABSOLUTELY

Single-vision Rx:

Up to -20.00 or +12.00 on the Sphere (SPH)

Up to + or - 6.00 on the Cylinder (CYL)

Bifocal Rx:

Up to -9.00 or +6.00 on the SPH

Up to + or - 6.00 on the CYL

Up to +3.50 on the NV-ADD

Progressive Rx:

Up to -10.00 or +8.00 on the SPH

Up to + or - 6.00 on the CYL

Up to +3.50 on the NV-ADD

Prism (single-vision only):

Up to 5.00 in any base direction.

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