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Distance

Single vision lenses for seeing things far away - for people that are farsighted (-)

Reading

Single vision lenses for seeing things up close-for nearsighted people (+)

Multifocal

Multifocal lenses are designed to help you focus on things near and far. Mint offers traditional bifocal and progressive lenses.

Bifocal lenses provide a distinct separation between the distance and the reading part of the glasses by utilizing a segmented half-shaped circle in the bottom portion of the lenses for magnification. This segment causes a visible line on the lens. For these types of lenses, the PD (Pupillary Distance) measurement is very important to ensure that the centre of vision is placed correctly on the lenses.

Progressive lenses correct vision at all distances, completely eliminating the need to switch between reading and distance glasses throughout your day. Update: We’ve upgraded our standard option for even wider fields of view!
 

Non-Prescription

Looking to get glasses as accessories but don't require a prescription? Select non-prescription, plano lenses.

Spherical error, or the overall lens power, is the basic part of your prescription. You’ll notice (+) and (-) signs on your prescription. When there’s a (+), it means you have trouble seeing near, and when there’s a (-), it means you have trouble seeing far away.

A cylinder value indicates astigmatisms or perpetually blurry vision. The axis — measured between 1° and 180°— tells us the orientation of the astigmatism

The ADD number is sometimes written NV for near vision, and is used for multifocal lenses and readers.

It’s just what it sounds like — the distance in millimeters (mm) between your pupils. An average PD measurement in 63mm, but it varies by person.

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