How will Contact Lens King process my order if I have an international prescription and eye doctor but am shipping to the United States? The Fairness to Contact Lens Consumer Act requires that prescription verification be carried out for contact lens orders received from U.S. residents.
Coverage under the plan includes oversize lenses, blended invisible bifocals, certain fashion frames and sun tinting of plastic lenses, gradient tints, glass gray #3 prescription sunglasses, and initial lenses following cataract surgery. Materials carry a one-year warranty against breakage. Discounts are available for nonprescription and additional prescription glasses. The plan covers the
A prescription, often abbreviated ℞ or Rx, is a formal communication from a physician or other registered health-care professional to a pharmacist, authorizing them to dispense a specific prescription drug for a specific patient. Historically, it was a physician's instruction to an apothecary listing the materials to be compounded into a treatment—the symbol ℞ (a capital letter R
This becomes significantly different with prescriptions of 4D or greater. Therefore, in our example, the power of a contact lens will be less than the eyeglass prescription for the right eye. A GP lens automatically corrects the astigmatism of the surface of the cornea by molding it into a spherical shape. So a GP lens power will typically be
What should a prescription include? The Rule defines a prescription as “the written specifications for lenses for eyeglasses which are derived from an eye examination, including all of the information specified by state law, if any, necessary to obtain lenses for eyeglasses.” Many states require the prescription to include: The patient’s