Glasses often need to be adjusted to make sure the lenses are working as well as possible for the patient. In this video we go through common fitting issues and how you can adjust the frame, or lenses, to ensure your patient has the best vision possible.
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Troubleshooting Common Fitting Issues
In this video, we go through tips on how to work with your patient to get comfortable with the different viewing areas in their new progressive lenses. Use these in your next appointment!
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Use a Reading Card to Demonstrate Viewing Areas
Once you’ve confirmed the measurements and prescription are correct, you’re ready to fit the lenses to the patient’s face. This video will show you how to make sure the lenses are positioned correctly in the frame when fitting them on the patient.
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Fit The Glasses To The Patient's Face
When fitting your patient in his or her new glasses, you may need to recreate the fitting cross to ensure the lenses properly align. Watch these step-by-step instructions to correctly recreate the fitting cross using a cut-out chart.
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Recreate The Fitting Cross
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Confirm Measurement And Prescription
Everyone wears their glasses differently, so taking personalized measurements can help ensure your patient’s lenses are best fit to their unique facial features. In this video, we share how to measure one of these personalized measurements: vertex distance.
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Measure Vertex Distance
In this video, we discuss how to measure your patient’s frame’s wrap angle, a custom measurement incorporated into many progressive lens designs to help improve fit.
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Measure Wrap Angle
In this video, you’ll learn how to measure pantoscopic tilt, a custom measurement that helps ensure your patient’s progressive lenses best fit their unique facial features.
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Measure Pantoscopic Tilt
Follow these step-by-step instructions to help you correctly measure the fitting height of your patient’s progressive lenses.
Fitting and Dispensing Progressive Lenses: Measure Fitting Height
A key step in fitting and dispensing progressive lenses is measuring your patient’s monocular pupillary distance. Watch this video for tips on how-to measure your patient’s monocular pupillary distance or PD. Accurate measurements ensure your patient will receive the right prescription for their progressive lenses.