Contact Lens Prescription
The prescribing of contact lenses is usually restricted to appropriately qualified eye care practitioners. The practitioner or contact lens fitter typically determines an individual's suitability for contact lenses during an eye examination. Corneal health is verified; ocular allergies or dry eyes may affect a person's ability to successfully wear contact lenses.
Your contact lens prescription, which must be dated within the last 12 months, is a legal requirement before you purchase contact lenses.
The parameters specified in a contact lenses prescription may include:
- Material (eg. Oxygen Permeability/Transmissibility (Dk/L, Dk/t), water content, modulus)
- Base Curve (BC)
- Diameter (Diam)
- Power in dioptres - Spherical, Cylindrical and/or reading addition
- Cylinder Axis
- Centre Thickness (CT)
Your prescription may look like this:
Right: 8.6/13.8 -2.75 Cibavision Focus Dailies
Left: 8.6/13.8 -3.00 Cibavision Focus Dailies
By ordering lenses from this site you have agreed and accept the entire disclaimer below:
Note: You hereby certify that you do hold a valid prescription for the contact lenses you wish to order. This means that your prescription is within 12 months from the date of purchase and that the prescription has been dispensed by a professional and qualified optometrist or contact lens fitter (thereafter this should be construed as a practitioner).
We reserve the right to verify such details with your practitioner. The above stated also applies to those customers re-ordering lenses. Where you have been given a contra indication to wear lenses by a registered practitioner we reserve the rights to revoke any sale unless otherwise redirected by the same or another registered practitioner. Hereby you also state that you have no ailments that contra indicates the wear of lenses. When purchasing from us you confirm and verify that you have been prescribed the contact lenses you have ordered by a qualified practitioner, therefore we do not take responsibility if you order lenses that have not been prescribed for you and/or if the difference between the prescription and purchase date exceeds 12 months.
We strongly recommend that regular eye checks are made by a qualified practitioner to ensure the welfare and continuity of your eye health. You do not necessarily have to send us your prescription but by accepting the terms and conditions contained herein above you verify that you have a valid prescription that is within the Law of the UK. The contact lens wearer must be at least 16 years old.
We may assist you with your prescription if you so wish by scan and sending it to email@example.com