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If your doctor did not include your pupillary distance (PD) in the prescription, use one of these two easy methods to determine your PD.
What is Pupillary Distance?
Pupillary distance (PD) measures the space between the pupils of your eyes. Knowing this measurement is important to make sure your eyes match up with the optical center of your lenses, so you can see well with the glasses.
The average adult’s PD is between 54-74; kids' are between 43-54.
How to Measure Your PD?
Check out the graphic below for more information and to learn how your friend can help you measure your PD.
Armed with your PD and prescription, you can shop at Cyxus to find your perfect pair of glasses.
1. Have your friend place a millimeter ruler across your brow.
2. Have them align the ruler's zero to the center of your right pupil.
3. With the ruler straight and flat, have them record the distance from the center of your left pupil.
4. This distance is your PD.
1. Stand or sit about 20 cm (about 8 inches) away from a mirror.
2. Hold a millimeter ruler above your eyes and flat against your brow. Close your right eye and align the ruler's zero to the center of your left pupil.
3. Without moving the ruler, open your left eye and close your right eye. The distance measured to the center of your right pupil is your PD.
4. Repeat 2-3 times to ensure you have an accurate measurement.
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