Dynamics of Digitally Surfaced Lenses

May 2009
LabTalk;May/Jun2009, Vol. 37 Issue 9F, p22
Trade Publication
The article relates the response by equipment and lens companies to inquiries concerning the installation of equipment software and the lagging technology of eye care professionals. It emphasizes that a training program is equally important as developments of an easier installation process. It mentions that eye care professionals should be made aware of how the advancement in equipment is beneficial to their patients.


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