A member asked:
Do i need to have a different papillary distance value for the single vision (sv) reading, sv computer and sv reading?
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Internal Medicine 40 years experience
Reading: In general reading glasses are set to read at 12- 14 inches whereas computer glasses, to prevent strain are set at 26 inches. That is why many individuals develop eye strain at computers. Please discuss with your optometrist.
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Last updated Oct 14, 2016
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