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....Be extra careful when ordering prism glasses
as some opticians have no idea what to do with strabismic patients and
may calculate their own pupillary distance (PD) measurement that will
not be the same as the developmental optometrist's PD. The difference in
the PD measurement can have disastrous effects on your prescription.
Although [XXXX]Retail says they'll change their training programs
for their opticians after my incident, I don't know if they really will.
Even if you go to non-[XXX] owned optical stores, make sure the
optician doesn't override your doctor's prescription because of the
"Standard Operating Procedure" for measuring PD. ....
Read more about how one
individual experienced major difficulties because of problems with
measuring pupillary distance for those with binocular vision
problems by clicking the title above... DM