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My optometrist assures me that all polarized prescription lens will now also assure 100% UV protection. Is this true and if not how can I insure that I’m getting optimum UV protection from new prescription lens?

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    I think it doesn't make enough difference because prescription has to do with the means of purchase, not the glasses themselves. Also, I would suggest that questions of the form "is my doctor correct about the thing he's certified in" are not appropriate for the site (although I'd be happy to discuss!)
    – jhch
    Jul 25 '19 at 21:38
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    I agree with John here. To me questions putting a dr.s advice on their field against ours are silly for this site.
    – noah
    Jul 25 '19 at 23:08
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    This needs a geographical area. I doubt that the same rules apply in China and the US.
    – user15958
    Jul 26 '19 at 7:50
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    I'm not sure this is a duplicate. Lenses are made of different materials than glasses. Voting to leave open.
    – user15958
    Jul 26 '19 at 7:51
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    @Fran So please tell us if you mean lenses for glasses or contact lenses. BTW if the first, you can close (vote) your own question as a duplicate.
    – user15958
    Jul 26 '19 at 8:44