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  1. Thread: Transitions Ocho

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    Bring back Splitz!!!!

    Bring back Splitz!!!!
  2. Thread: Satin Edge Polish

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    The owner has recently passed away. I am unaware...

    The owner has recently passed away. I am unaware as to the status of Optochemicals.
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    First know thyself.

    First know thyself.
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    This would never make it into a national care...

    This would never make it into a national care plan.

    If such a thing ever exists in the future, glasses and certainly contacts will be excluded.

    Maybe, maybe a periodic eye health screening by...
  5. Thread: Transitions Ocho

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    Yeah, lensman, but do those actually provide a...

    Yeah, lensman, but do those actually provide a nice no-line bifocal effect?

    Because all my presbyopes ask for "those Transitions".
  6. Thread: Transitions Ocho

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    Transitions Ocho

    Discuss.

    (Has this been discussed, yet?)
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    Because the industry has been decimated.

    Because the industry has been decimated.
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    Happy, I'm happy. But patient is not :) ...

    Happy, I'm happy. But patient is not :)

    Robert, I find that "today's" cataract surgeon is also a "refractive/cataract" surgeon and the lines have blurred. The same guy making beaucoup bucks on...
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    PPS: If that's his new refraction over the IOLs,...

    PPS: If that's his new refraction over the IOLs, it's "monovision fail" because he doesn't have monovision. He has aniso-astigmatism.
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    P.S. the "X" is pretty dang soft. That's not the...

    P.S. the "X" is pretty dang soft. That's not the choice for a picky visual person. Although it may have been a decent choice for a screwy Rx.
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    He also must be a cheap son-of-a-gun surgeon. ...

    He also must be a cheap son-of-a-gun surgeon. Robert is right: why he didn't shell out for astigmatism treatment and/or the Technis Symfony IOL is baffling. He wanted cheap, and he got cheap.
    ...
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    The cult is never allowed to think negatively...

    The cult is never allowed to think negatively about the hive.
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    I mean this respectfully, DOC, as you are...

    I mean this respectfully, DOC, as you are honored.

    Who cares? There are a billion PAL designs out there. Who knows and who cares, and whatever it is today, it will probably be different...
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    The future is bright...for the experts. There...

    The future is bright...for the experts. There will be demand.

    For the "meh", well, you might need a hook.

    For the crappy: you have more crap competition.
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    So we have chains, chains, and more chains. ...

    So we have chains, chains, and more chains.

    And we have websites, websites, and more websites.

    And we have less independents, independents, and independents.


    Is it just me? Is it going to...
  16. Thread: Help please

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    If the price were, like, totally totally lowered,...

    If the price were, like, totally totally lowered, then there'd be no one to take care of the eyes. There'd be absolutely no expectation of 21st century science and medicine, nor anyone to dispense...
  17. Thread: Help please

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    My wild guess would be to see if she's looking...

    My wild guess would be to see if she's looking through less prism, maybe the optics would be better in her better eye.
  18. Thread: Help please

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    What DO you think is going to help?

    What DO you think is going to help?
  19. Thread: Help please

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    Holy crap what a trainwreck! Pd = 50? Is she...

    Holy crap what a trainwreck!

    Pd = 50? Is she a dwarf?

    12^ vertical? Whaaaattt?

    3D ansio?
  20. Geez, you're making too much out of this. The...

    Geez, you're making too much out of this.

    The newer designs have increased depth of focus, so that helps a little, because they wouldn't have to look down as far.

    There are short corridors that...
  21. Tell us more. I was unaware of this.

    Tell us more. I was unaware of this.
  22. Voodoo is good.

    Voodoo is good.
  23. Sure, I'm not disagreeing. Although Shaw he...

    Sure, I'm not disagreeing.

    Although Shaw he use some voodo optics, mon. He be laughing at Prentice's Rule.

    But you have to say that modern PALs like the Auto Intelligence has at least a 10%...
  24. Yeah, that's a heavy lift. It's helpful to...

    Yeah, that's a heavy lift.

    It's helpful to know what the patient's binocular status is. How are they coping with that mess? If they've had a vertical imbalance a long time, without trouble,...
  25. Thread: Squeaky-creaky

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    Squeaky-creaky

    OK, we ordered aspheric polycarb with AR for a ~+150-+2.00D patient and put it into a plastic frame that's not really zyl. (It's a Lux Vogue 5163...it's some kind of polymer. Translucent, no wires,...
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