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This is the standard eyeglass prescription where the lens has one focal point and a single prescription across entire lens surface (can be produced to provide clear view of distant or intermediate or close objects).
This option does not have a prescription. This lens is recommended for fashion or daily wear.
Progressive (No-Line Bifocal)
A progressive lens has multiple focal points in a channel over the pupil, which corrects vision for all focal points including distance, intermediate, and near. Progressive lenses are also known as no-line bifocals, as they do not have any lines that show on the lens.
We can obtain your prescription three ways:
I need a prescription. Sign me up for an eye exam
If you need a prescription, check out if you are eligible to get an online eye exam. If you are already qualified, just select your name from the list.
I have a prescription. I will manually enter my prescription
If you have a valid prescription, simply select the “I have a prescription. I will manually enter my prescription” option and fill the information.
Use one of my saved prescriptions
If you already saved your prescription or want to use the results from your previous online eye exam just select your name from the list on the right.
What is the Cylinder Measurement?
The Cylinder (or CYL) signifies the strength of the correction for the astigmatism in the eye. It can be either positive or negative. If there is a Cylinder value assigned to that eye, there must be an Axis value as well.
If there is no astigmatism in that eye, it will be noted with a “DS” or “SPH” in the Cylinder space. If that is the case, enter 0.00 in both the CYL and Axis.
Where can I find my Cylinder Measurement?
The Cylinder measurement can be found between the Sphere and Axis measurements as shown below.
What is the Sphere Measurement?
The number under the Sphere category of your prescription refers to the refractive correction in the prescription. If there is a minus (-) sign in front of the number it refers to being nearsighted, and a plus (+) refers to being farsighted. If you see the word “Plano” or a “PL” in the sphere column, you should select a value of 0.00.
Where can I find my Sphere Measurement?
Axis section of your prescription refers to the angle of the correction for the astigmatism in the eye from 1 to 180.
Just as with the Cylinder measurement, if there is an Axis value in one eye, there must be a Cylinder value on that eye. If there is NO Cylinder value or if the value is zero, the OD Axis value entered is 0.
The axis measurement can be found between the Cylinder (or CYL) measurement and Prism or Base measurement as shown below.
What is the PD (Pupillary Distance)?
PD stands for Pupillary Distance, the distance between the pupils of the eyes. It is measured from center to center, in millimeters. You can measure this on your own or with a friend. For single vision reading glasses, you will need a near PD which is calculated by subtracting 3mm for from your PD.
The Importance of your PD
Prescription lenses have an optical center. The Pupillary Distance insures that the optical centers are aligned properly in front of the eyes.
Measure your PD here.
What is the NV-ADD Measurement?
Sometimes written as "NV-ADD" this number indicates the near vision addition needed to make the reading portion of your multi-focal eyeglasses. You will only have this value on your prescription if you need multi-focals.
Where can I find my NV-ADD measurement?
The NV-ADD measurement is either under the main portion of the prescription, like below. Or next to the axis measurement. Your NV-ADD measurement is almost always the same for both eyes.
Based on the prescription you entered, we recommend the following lens package.
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