What is eyeglasses prescription?
An eyeglass prescription is a pad issued by your eye doctor
after an eye exam, specifying all the numbers and signs which may be used for
us to produce eyeglasses for you....
How to get a prescription?
In USA and some other
countries, eye doctors are required by “Eyeglass Rule” to release a copy of
your prescription after each eye exam at no extra cost. Please ask your doctor
to include the PD which is a critical number for us to fit your lenses. In 1978, the Federal Trade
Commission passed a...
What is PD?
Your PD stands for Pupillary Distance, which is the distance between your pupils in millimeters, Your PD is very important for accurately fitting your lenses to achieve vision acuity....
Can I use my contact lens prescription to buy my eyeglasses from you?
No. Contact lens prescription can be used for buying
contacts from your doctor's office, the local optical stores and online contact
lenses retailers. You need a special eyeglass prescription to order eyeglasses
Can I use the copy of my eyeglass prescription which was issued by my doctor 3 years ago?
No. We strongly suggest you use your eyeglass prescription
in the most recent 2 years to order with us. Actually Eye Care Professionals
(ECPs) suggest an eye exam each six months or one year to detect any possible
eye diseases in the earlier stage....
Can I save my prescription?
Actually you can save your prescription for permanent use
on our system if you have already been our member, so that you don't need to
fill it in again and again. For example, if you want to save your own
prescription on our website, just input your prescription (don't forget to
login in first)...
How to read my prescription?
Axis=a number between 0 and 180 degrees, and means the
orientation of your astigmatism. There is no sign before this number.
CYL= Cylinder= Cylindrical, i is the diopters degree of the
astigmatism. This number also has "+" or "-" signs. If "DS" or"SPH" or "spherical" or "PL" is
stated at the place of CYL, it means you have no astigmatism and 0.00 is
How to read PD?
Your PD may be written in three ways:PD (OU), written as "64", means the Binocular PD which is for both eyes.PD (OD), means the Monocular PD for the right eye, PD (OS), means the Monocular PD for the left eye, A Monocular OD is written as two numbers, for example...
How to fill in the prescription with prism?
Upload the original prescription picture at our website directly. We could only make single vision glasses for prescription with prism right now. ...
How to buy a pair of glasses to see near with ADD on prescription?
Combine the number of ADD and SPH together and then the
positive number you get can be used to select magnification. You could also send your original prescription picture to email@example.com for help....
Can you fill strong prescription?
We offer glasses with SPH from -18 to +10. Please send your
original prescription to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to read TABO prescription?
The left axis should be transferred if numerical range on
anticlockwise of one diagram is 0-180 and the other one 180-0.
The left axis should not to be transferred if numerical ranges
on anticlockwise of both diagrams are 0-180....
Can I change my prescription details after I have ordered?
Generally speaking, prescription is not allowed to change
once we begin processing your glasses. If you realize that your prescription
information was entered incorrectly, you need to contact us immediately by
sending an email to email@example.com.
We will amend it for you if possible and then inform you. We will always try
our best to help...
Do you offer prescription sunglasses?
Yes, 2 ways to buy prescription sunglasses:Sunglasses with prescription lenses. We have prescription and non-prescription sunglasses. Please visit here for details；Regular frames with lens color. You can also order photochromic lens, tint lens or polarized lens for regular glasses, they will work as sunglasses:...
Do you offer multifocal/progressive sunglasses?
Sorry we don't. Sunglasses can only be used for distance, not
for reading, bifocal or progressive.
But you can select multifocal/progressive prescription glasses
with photochromic lens, tint lens or polarized lens, which works as sunglasses....