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  1. lmao, bad timing to explore the EU market via the...

    lmao, bad timing to explore the EU market via the UK
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    Also, state law may not care one way or the other...

    Also, state law may not care one way or the other about licensed opticians, but your company's policy may indicate otherwise. And if policy does say "need a licensed optician on-site", whelp, that...
  3. Pit was the initial wave, finding out I was going...

    Pit was the initial wave, finding out I was going to be laid off for a minimum of 2 weeks (which turned into 2 months). Scariest time of my professional career, lots of stress among the other...
  4. Thread: Crizal Rock

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    Not a Hoya office/lab, so that one is unavailable...

    Not a Hoya office/lab, so that one is unavailable to me, unfortunately :\
  5. Thread: Crizal Rock

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    Crizal Rock

    So I was updating our insurance binders with all the formulary tiers, and I saw Crizal Rock listed under Eyemed. Has that actually rolled out yet? I haven't heard anything from our Essilor rep or...
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    Beyond annoying. Whenever I have to send...

    Beyond annoying. Whenever I have to send Silhouette orders to the lab, I just start listing every number I see because I have no clue which is what. At least Saf/Lux's asinine color codes are...
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    drk, Corning's website was basically the opposite...

    drk, Corning's website was basically the opposite of helpful. Basically, it shows they do lenses for optics, but not any of their product lines, or specs about them as near as I could tell.
    Robert,...
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    Low Vision orange question

    Our clinic sees the occasional low-vision patient. We had one recently where my doctor wanted to see what getting a set of Corning Orange #508 lenses would run. Our normal go-to for that...
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    Well, he came in a few days after to pick up a...

    Well, he came in a few days after to pick up a set of warranty lenses. He said he was really happy with the new pair, just wished they had come in sooner. It was at that point I decided not to poke...
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    The lenses followed the V angle. Thanks for all...

    The lenses followed the V angle. Thanks for all the help. Unfortunately, just a couple hours after I posted this, the patient called, ****** as hell and wanting to pick up his glasses come hell or...
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    Here's a few photos as dead-on as I can manage of...

    Here's a few photos as dead-on as I can manage of the disparity between where it IS vs where it SHOULD be
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    Memory Metal bridge

    Hey, I've got a memory metal bridge on a pair of glasses that while at the lab developed a notable "V" to the lenses (it's an Aspex clip-on, so I've got a good handle on where it's SUPPOSED to be...
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    She was definitely alerted to the fact that these...

    She was definitely alerted to the fact that these glasses will be DIFFERENT as all heck compared to what she's used to and that there will be an adaptation period. I don't know why we didn't wait...
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    She just got em yesterday, they were fine enough...

    She just got em yesterday, they were fine enough in the office, but drove home w/ her old pair on as it's a hell of a change, then when she got home is when she noticed said distortion. Reason for...
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    Question about slab-off

    I deal with slab-off EXTREMELY infrequently, and we just had a dispense with a patient that went well in the office. But when she got home, she stated that on the OD lens, right at the line, she was...
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    Yeah, my query boils down to: Does a +4.00 sph...

    Yeah, my query boils down to:
    Does a +4.00 sph +2.00 add have a narrower corridor than someone in a +2.00 sph +2.00 add PAL, assuming all other things equal. Would this be different for myopes? As...
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    I felt like Kodak's TotalBlue or whatever it was...

    I felt like Kodak's TotalBlue or whatever it was called seemed pretty deeply hued and noticeable. Had a couple Davis patients before the lab switchover who I was pretty sure had that, since they...
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    Does power affect corridor width?

    I know that Add power affects the corridor width (that a +1.50 is going to be more generous than a +3.25), but does base sphere power affect that as well? Or is it simply a function of the...
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    If you live in a state with a VSP lab, I think...

    If you live in a state with a VSP lab, I think you were required to send your work there. For those practices which AREN'T in such a situation, we've always been able to send it to a private lab. ...
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    Looking to renegotiate w/ Versant

    So the practice owner asked me to look into re-negotiating rates with Davis, but I assume that it would really be both Davis and Superior now that they are all officially merged onto one site. ...
  21. Thread: ISO nosepiece

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    The one I saw on a REAL quick was this one...

    The one I saw on a REAL quick was this one. I stopped looking at that point, so I dunno if there's more
  22. Thread: ISO nosepiece

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    I did a quick pass on Hilco's website, they've...

    I did a quick pass on Hilco's website, they've got push-in vinyl saddle-style nosepads on there, if that helps
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    The pt wears the DD as kind of his daily pair,...

    The pt wears the DD as kind of his daily pair, since they're daily at work doing their thing. And then doesn't want to feel like they needs to swap glasses when coming home/going out. I don't make...
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    Double D Occupational PAL?

    So I am 99% sure that these don't exist, but I just had a DD pt ask if there was anything like that available, as he doesn't care for the cosmetics of his lined BFs. I told him I was pretty sure no,...
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    Hey, fantastic, that is almost exactly what I was...

    Hey, fantastic, that is almost exactly what I was looking for. Didn't come up on my quick-over search. Cheers
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