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  1. True story.

    True story.
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    It really depends on where you are in your...

    It really depends on where you are in your practice's growth. If you have a bunch of empty slots in your schedule, managed care provides a pipeline for at least some business.

    Remember that it...
  3. Update: I had to enter every single Davis frame...

    Update: I had to enter every single Davis frame manually. It sucked.
  4. Davis Vision Frames and Practice Management Software

    Davis Vision sufferers: What do you all do as far as your frames database?

    My practice is switching from OfficeMate to Eyefinity Practice Management, and while EPM is wonderful for pulling...
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    Chris R: "You wouldn't have to worry about any...

    Chris R:
    "You wouldn't have to worry about any of this if you put all of your patients in FT28s like any sane person would. With a nice tint in place of superfluous AR coating."

    :tongue:
  6. If omitting poly means you are restricted to FF...

    If omitting poly means you are restricted to FF PALs, that by definition drastically reduces your progressive availability to FF PALs. I'm not saying that's good or bad, but it is unquestionably...
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    Seconded.

    Seconded.
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    I knew Robert would come through.

    I knew Robert would come through.
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    The high minuses shouldn't really make a...

    The high minuses shouldn't really make a difference, as their center thicknesses will be similar.
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    Where is the effective "front" of the vertex...

    Where is the effective "front" of the vertex distance? It seems like it would be the front of the lens, the back of the lens, or the center of the lens. If it's one of the latter two, high hyperopes...
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    I cited Ryser's rule to a first-time PAL wearer...

    I cited Ryser's rule to a first-time PAL wearer today. He was amused, and I think it will make a difference in his adaptation.
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    I remember the first wave of poly stock lenses I...

    I remember the first wave of poly stock lenses I saw in 1991 all came in 80mm blanks. They were gigantic.
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    Essilor's portfolio is a lot better than it was a...

    Essilor's portfolio is a lot better than it was a few years ago.

    Welcome back!
  14. Thread: Cases

    by AngeHamm
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    That's been the case for several years. (Ha...

    That's been the case for several years.

    (Ha ha. The "case." Get it?)
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    I can think of no more fitting tribute. Codifying...

    I can think of no more fitting tribute. Codifying Ryser's Rule both honors him and gently pokes fun at the same time.
  16. "Just say no to poly" sounds great in theory, but...

    "Just say no to poly" sounds great in theory, but will drastically reduce your progressive availability.

    I also vote recirculating water system. I've used several, and it's quite easy to set up...
  17. It was better a couple hours ago, but apparently...

    It was better a couple hours ago, but apparently now it's not again.
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    Charmant is actually a great option for a...

    Charmant is actually a great option for a one-supplier office. A wide variety of price points and styles, and the fact that many of their core lines are unbranded means you can get folks in some...
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    Huh. I have always been told that sending any...

    Huh. I have always been told that sending any prescription information via email is a HIPAA violation.
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    What is the reason for such a drastic RX change?...

    What is the reason for such a drastic RX change? That's not a routine variation.
  21. If you do in-office finishing, you could have the...

    If you do in-office finishing, you could have the sound of an edger coming from one room and a dentist's drill coming from another. A really serene environment.
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    What are the old and new RXes? Is the new frame...

    What are the old and new RXes? Is the new frame significantly deeper or shallower than her old one? Has the pantoscopic tilt changed?
  23. It depends on what you're trying to accomplish. I...

    It depends on what you're trying to accomplish. I use alcohol for the final cleaning of every lens that leaves my lab to make sure the AR slick coat is evenly removed. Using alcohol once or twice in...
  24. I recommend people use alcohol only occasionally,...

    I recommend people use alcohol only occasionally, not for the lenses but for the frame materials that may dry out.
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    Yup. Or Trivex. Very, very occasionally I'll put...

    Yup. Or Trivex. Very, very occasionally I'll put a teen with a very high RX in 1.67.
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