Buying glasses online may seem intimidating at first, but is actually as easy as shopping for most products online. All you need is a little guidance. Here are 6 easy steps to make your shopping experience a breeze:
You'll need a non-expired prescription to order new prescription glasses. Most prescriptions will last 1-2 years.
The pupillary distance is the measurement between the center of the pupil of both eyes, and is crucial in making sure the lenses are centered correctly. Otherwise you may experience eye strain or other negative effects. If the PD is not on your prescription, you can either ask an eye care provider for the measurement or use an online tool for measuring the PD.
Choosing the right lens type will affect vision, appearance, comfort, and safety. Single vision lenses will correct the farsightedness, nearsightedness, and/or astigmatism. Bifocal or progressive lenses will also correct presbyopia, which should be indicated in your prescription. The most common lens materials include CR-39, Polycarbonate, Trivex, and High Index Plastics.
Find out from the eyeglasses website how long it will take to process and ship out your order to ensure timeliness of receiving your glasses as needed. Ensure you are able to return or exchange your glasses if they do not fit properly or if you cannot see well with them -- and check to see if their is a charge for return postage.
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There can be a lot of confusion and stress when you are researching what kind of glasses you need. That is why we decided to create this article to help outline the difference between the two. From what their benefits are, to the ideal usage for both of them, we’re here to make you an expert on the subject.