Walker, Christie
March 2010
LabTalk;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 38 Issue 06C, p18
Trade Publication
The rticle focuses on the benefits of free form progressive lenses. According to the author, the introduction of this type of lens indicates that it is no longer limited to presbyopic users. Single vision users can enjoy improved vision and better clarity as well. Production of the lenses using automation also provides faster service and better customer satisfaction. Information on single vision free form lenses available in the market is also provided.


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