Your eyeglasses prescription is a combination of various components that determine the precise correction needed for your vision.
Here's a breakdown of the essential elements and how to ensure accurate ordering:
Sphere (SPH):This value indicates the strength of your prescription for nearsightedness (-) or farsightedness (+).
Pay close attention to the positive and negative values for sphere.
Cylinder (CYL):If you have astigmatism, this value corrects the distortion caused by the irregular shape of your eye.
Make sure to include the cylinder value and the axis value.
Polarity (+/-):Pay special attention to the polarity values (+ and -) for both sphere and cylinder. Ensure you have selected the correct polarity during the order process.
Axis:The axis value is crucial when cylinder correction is needed. It indicates the angle at which the cylinder correction should be applied.
Remember, the axis number is only present when cylinder is present. If neither cylinder nor axis appears on your prescription, it means you don't have astigmatism.
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When entering your prescription, it's essential to double-check the accuracy of each value.
Any discrepancy could lead to incorrect lenses. Once your prescription is entered correctly, proceed with selecting the appropriate lens type, lens material, and any additional features you desire. Our team is dedicated to crafting lenses that match your prescription needs precisely, ensuring your clear and comfortable vision.
Feel free to reach out if you have any additional questions or require assistance. We're here to help you navigate the process and ensure you receive glasses that meet your specific requirements.