Prescription

My Rx is very strong. Can you help me?

Short Answer: Yes. Yes we can. ​ Long Answer: The other guys use generic stock lenses- which are only available in limited strengths. We don’t. We are able to fill high power single vision, progressive, bifoca...

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How do I get a Rx for glasses?

If you have a prescription on file with your eye doctor, we are happy to call to retrieve it on your behalf. Please ask your optician by giving us a call or emailing stylist@davidkind.com. Zocdoc is a simple w...

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How do I find my "PD"?

Your PD or pupillary distance is the measurement from pupil to pupil. On your prescription, your PD may be written as one number ( IE: 64), or as two numbers ( IE: 31/32). We need this number to ensure that yo...

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What do the numbers on my Rx mean?

The abbreviations and numbers on your prescription may look daunting, so here's a quick breakdown: OD: Right Eye OS: Left Eye SPH: Spherical correction describes the horizontal curve of your eye's lens. CYL...

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Is a contact lens prescription suitable for glasses?

Unfortunately you can not use this type of prescription for eyeglasses. An Rx written for contacts contains very different information than an Rx written for eyeglasses. Your eye doctor will be able to convert ...

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