Collection: Prescription Eyeglasses

With just a click of a button, you have access to a myriad of eyeglass styles, each one tailored to your unique taste and preferences.

Filter through our extensive collection based on sex, style, and color to zero in on the perfect frame for you. Upload a photo of your prescription, and the transaction is complete. It doesn't get any easier than this, and we know – we've tried it all.

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Buying eyewear online is incredibly convenient, effortless, and can even become habit-forming! With just a few clicks, a selection from our extensive eyewear collection will be on its way to you. It won't be long before your new prescription eyeglasses arrive at your doorstep.

An Extensive and Diverse Selection

With our extensive and diverse selection of eyewear, we take pride in offering a range of styles, sizes, and colors that are pleasing to the eye. As our collection continuously expands with each passing day, there's no need to brag.

Fortunately, our website's filtering capabilities make it effortless to navigate through our extensive selection. Use them to find the perfect option for you, or conduct a simple search for exactly what you're looking for.

Prescription Numbers

When ordering eyeglasses for vision correction, selecting style and color is just the beginning. You also need to provide your prescription numbers, which dictate how the lenses of your new eyewear will correct your vision. But what do these numbers mean?

The abbreviations OS and OD stand for Oculus Sinister and Oculus Dextrus, Latin for your left and right eyes, respectively.

The letter S or SPH stands for "spherical," referring to the correction needed for farsightedness or nearsightedness. The number next to it indicates the amount of correction required.

A zero indicates perfect vision. Positive numbers indicate farsightedness correction, while negative numbers indicate the correction levels for nearsightedness.

For astigmatism, you will also see a positive or negative number next to "C," which stands for "cylinder." Astigmatism occurs when the outer layer of the eye, the Cornea, is more oval than spherical.

However, astigmatism requires another number next to "A" or "Axis," which represents the curvature difference, or the degrees of rotation of the Cornea's oval shape. This number should fall between 0 and 180.

Pupillary Distance

As humans, we all possess common traits, yet we are not exact replicas of each other. Our anatomy exhibits minor variations, and one such variation is the distance between our pupils. This is why, when ordering prescription eyewear, it's essential to provide this specific measurement. It ensures that the lenses of your new glasses align perfectly with the natural position of your eyes, thus providing optimal vision correction.

Understanding the ADD Numbers

On prescriptions for reading and multifocal lenses, you'll notice some additional numbers labeled as "ADD," which can be positive or negative. These ADD numbers indicate the variations in the corrective strength across the lens's surface. They determine how much the lenses should adjust your vision depending on where you are looking. For instance, they can enhance magnification when looking downwards to aid in reading. These precise adjustments are essential for comfortable and effective vision correction with multifocal lenses.