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  • Single Vision - Distance

    Everyday use for those who are nearsighted (-) and farsighted(+)

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    Seeing things close up

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Sphere(SPH)Cylinder(CYL)Axis(AXI)Addition(ADD)
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Sphere(SPH)
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Cylinder(CYL)
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None
Axis(AXI)
Addition(ADD)

PD

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PD

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What is PD?

PD stands for Pupillary Distance, which is distance in millimeters (mm) between the centers of the pupils in each eye. PD numbers do not change for adults. The average PD range for adults is 55-75 mm and for kids is about 42-55 mm. A difference of 2-3 mm is acceptable.

Why a prescription Glasses need PD data?

PD- Pupillary Disctance is necessary for prescription glasses, it tells the lens maker where to put the optical center on each lens.

How to Measure Your PD

  • Down load our PD ruler Or find a ruler with a millimeter scale.

  • Mirror or Friend

    Stand 8 inches (20 cm) away from a mirror or a friend. Place & hold the PD ruler against your brow. Keep your face straight.

  • Align to Zero

    First, close your right eye and align the ruler’s zero to the center of your left pupil.

  • Open Right, Close Left

    Next, open your right eye and close your left eye.

  • Your PD

    Look straight ahead and read the millimeter line that matches up with the center of your right pupil. This number represents your single PD in millimeters.

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