JackPD stands for you pupillary distance. This is the distance between your two eyes when you are looking at something near (near PD) or in the distance (distance PD). It is circled on your prescription because your glasses need to be made up for close work and so the lenses will need to be glazed to so that the optical centres of the lens matches your near PD. This will give you the best vision as you will be looking through the correct part of the lens03/10/2015
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- Presbyopia and subsequent blurred distance vision after readers
- Having trouble adjusting to glasses
- Farsighted and Astigmatism-- Do I need different glasses for distance?
- Eye strain and headache after wearing glasses?
- Should I wear bi or multi focals with this prescription?
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- Pupillary Distance How to measure PD
- lensses with big plus
- Advanced Photochromic Lens