Varifocal lenses are for patients who have trouble seeing both near and far. They essentially work the same way as bifocals, but they’re line-free and provide a graduated range of vision that varies from distant to close.
Varifocal and bifocal prescriptions have a value in the ADD column, and they are almost always the same number for both eyes. However, if the letters PAL are next to one of the ADD numbers, or elsewhere on your prescription, this means your doctor indicated that you will need a different ADD correction for Varifocal lenses (versus lined bifocals).
You’ll use the number with PAL next to it when entering the ADD value of your progressive prescription on Simply Rimless