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- Advances in free-form lens technology (and what they promise for you). De Gennaro, Arthur // Optometry Times;Mar2010, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p51
The article assesses the impact of free-form lens technology on the dispensing practice of optometrists and their patients. With free-form technology, practices are projected to offer their patients with progressive and customized lenses that respond to the visual and lifestyle needs of...
- OLA Present Tailored Education Classes for Labs. // Vision Monday;9/5/2011, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p58
The article reports on the Annual Meeting of the Optical Laboratories Association held in conjunction with the 2011 International Vision Expo West. The meeting centered on discussions pertaining to the relationship between eye care professionals and their ophthalmic laboratories, the relevance...
- ASK THE EXPERTS. // LabTalk;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 177 Issue 14E, p26
The article presents questions and answers related to issues concerning eye care professionals (ECPs) including tips on processing and finishing 8-base curve prescription sunlenses, how to differentiate their lab through processing sunlenses, and quality control (QC) of lenses.
- optician. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p1638
A definition of the term "optician," which refers to a specialist who gives prescriptions for corrective lenses, is presented.
- WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT…Giving Back. Walker, Christie // LabTalk;Mar2011, Vol. 39 Issue 04A, p38
The article offers information on an August 19 to 22, 2010 volunteer eyesight clinic in Cuauhtemoc City, Mexico that was sponsored by the Lions in Sight of California and Nevada. The volunteer group consisted of Mike Francesconi of optical laboratory Katz and Klein, four optometrists and five...
- CLINICAL TIPS. Cook, Palmer R. // 20/20;Apr2013, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p89
The article offers some useful tips to optometrists for proper adjustment of pantoscopic and tetroscopic tilt of ophthalmic lenses in patients with only one eye.
- O.D.s Like Spectacles. // Review of Optometry;02/15/2000, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p33
Presents survey results on the choice of lenses among presbyopic optometrists. Percentage of presbyopic optometrists and general public wearing glasses; Reason of optometrists for using progressive addition lenses (PAL); Comments of presbyopic optometrists regarding the use of PAL.
- IN BRIEF. // Optometry Today;2/10/2012, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p5
This section offers news briefs on optometry, including the upcoming election of new council members of the Association of Optometrists (AOP), a correction to the article "RPG Lens Selection: Visit 3," and the one-day course "Glazing for Beginners."
- Multifocals: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow - Part 3. Khan, Y. Ali // Eye Care Review;Dec2007, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p51
The article discusses the development of multifocals and other high power lenses. In multifocals, the higher the power, the more precise fitting measurements had to be. It stresses that the pupillary distance (PD) had to be measured monocularly and very accurately. Early high power lenses...