By Edward S. Bennett OD MSEd FAAO, Vinita Allee Henry OD
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Measuring from the front vertex instead of the back vertex is inconsequential when measuring thin contact lenses because the two powers are comparable. 1). Practitioners must be mindful of this disparity, particularly with high plus powers that have large CT. For correct positioning of the back vertex of contact lenses in the measurement of BVP, a contact lens stop that is smaller than the conventional lens stop can be fitted on most lensometers. Vertexing the Power Lenses are said to have equivalent effective power if their focal points are at the same axial position.