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Frequently Asked questions

Yes, shipping is available for all countries and states.
Add the glasses you want to your cart. Scroll right to a box reading Have Promo Code. Enter your specific code and click Apply. Notice the Sub Total.
No, we don't have any retail store.
Simply select a frame as per your size. Enter in your prescription. Pick the lenses from the options available. Add them to the cart and proceed with the payment.
Most glasses orders ship within 7-10 days of purchase. Orders will be shipped via DHL, with shipping times depending on your location. Optical Mart ships most orders with standard shipping. Certain products may require additional processing time. Express shipping is always an option, but costs more.
The best way to clean your lenses while avoiding possible scratching is to use a lens cleaner solution and a microfiber lens cleaning cloth. Another great solution is a pre-moistened lens cleaning cloth.
Most people have an astigmatism. If you have an astigmatism on your Rx, we can make glasses that will correct it.
Yes! We offer both. If you have ADD or NV-ADD on your Rx, you can get lined bifocals or unlined progressive glasses.
Prism is available with all usages up to base 5. Extra charges will apply once the prescription is entered. You only require prism value to complete your prescription now. We can make glasses with prism only.
If you have a strong Rx, a higher lens index number will give you a thinner lens.
All Optical Mart eyeglasses come with Anti-Scratch Coating and UV Protection Coating that are both absolutely free. We also offer Anti-Reflective (also known as Anti-Glare) Coatings, which reduce reflection on the lenses and the glare you see while you are wearing your glasses.
Photochromic lenses are specially treated to turn dark when exposed to UV light. When the lenses are out of the sunlight, they become clear again.
A Polarized lens is a sunglass lens that greatly reduces the glare from light that is Polarized horizontally, meaning the light reflecting off horizontal surfaces, such as a white sidewalk, a white-sand beach, snow, or sunlight reflecting on water.
Trivex lenses are impact resistant, and are stronger and more lightweight than standard lenses, which makes them a great option for kids', rimless, and sports glasses, or for anyone who is rough on their glasses. Compared with polycarbonate lenses, Trivex is a premium material that provides crisper vision and is 10% lighter.
That's a decision that only you can make, but we can help! If you want a super light frame, go with one that's 15 grams or lower. Titanium frames are generally very light. If you want a durable frame, go with stainless steel or memory titanium. If you are allergic to metals, stay away from metal alloy and memory titanium frames, both of which use nickel, an allergen. Stick with frames made of hypoallergenic materials, such as stainless steel or titanium. If you like plastic frames, choose an acetate frame, because acetate is cellulose-based, and therefore hypoallergenic.
Basically, go with a frame style that contrasts with your face shape, and that is scaled to fit your face. If you have a square face, go with an oval or round frame. If you have an oval or round face, go with a rectangular frame. If you have a heart-shaped face, go with a narrow, round, bottom-heavy frame.
Your Rx may be too strong for half-rim or rimless glasses, so full-rim would be your option. Full-rim glasses, especially in the nerd-chic look, are very popular. They are generally more durable than half-rim or rimless frames. Half-rim frames are great for people with slim faces. They show more of your face than full-rim frames and are more durable than rimless glasses. Rimless glasses are great for people who will treat their glasses delicately, and who want their glasses to be practically invisible on their face.
We accept all major Credit Cards and PayPal. Our main gateway is PayPal and it is the most secure platform, where your information is 100% secure. We do not store any card detail. The other details are always secure on our servers.
Yes, we charge in US Dollars only. All other currencies are subject to the conversion rate.
A single PD it is the measurement, in millimeters, from the center of one pupil to the center of the other. A dual PD is the measurement of the center of each pupil to the center of the bridge of your nose.
Your pupillary distance (PD) is the measurement of the distance between your pupils. This is needed for the manufacturer of the eyeglasses to know where to place the optical center on each lens, so you can see well with the glasses.
Yes, you can purchase frames only without lenses.
Yes, for progressive lens require a lens height 27mm & above.
Yes, you need to register to purchase frames.

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