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    Yes! I would always recommend they wait for the...

    Yes! I would always recommend they wait for the clear pair to come in first. It will be easier to get used to them when they have 2 pair that are the same. Also, start wearing them early in the am...
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    I have a coworker who had it back in June. She...

    I have a coworker who had it back in June. She is not a wimpy person, and was out for 3 weeks. Super high fever. Loss of smell. Bad body aches. She says she still gets achy joints even now. ...
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    Lots of questions. How long has she had this...

    Lots of questions. How long has she had this lens? Did she just complain the day she got it, or has this been going on for a week plus? Also, has she had a slab before or is this a first time? If...
  4. So now Metlife has bought out Versant? What does...

    So now Metlife has bought out Versant? What does this mean. Better or worse?
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    I'm guessing no. This is a question for you to...

    I'm guessing no. This is a question for you to discuss with your eye care provider.
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    Does anyone use Cherry for Davis work? I heard...

    Does anyone use Cherry for Davis work? I heard that some people do but wasn't sure how that was done if they are an independent lab
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    Thank you for your help. I'll pass that...

    Thank you for your help. I'll pass that information on to my manager and see where we go from there. Perhaps we too need to get a lawyer on that,
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    Is anyone in PA using a NON DAVIS lab for their...

    Is anyone in PA using a NON DAVIS lab for their orders? I'm not talking about a "Davis approved" lab or a lab on site in your office. We would like to par but use our local lab. We are not getting...
  9. I would tell the patient that there is no...

    I would tell the patient that there is no standard answer for that question. That's kind of a trick question. There is no "best of the best." Unless you mean quality, best of the best. But...
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    +1 From someone who didn't know him personally,...

    +1 From someone who didn't know him personally, I learned a lot from him on optiboard. He is missed.
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    It's not something I typically recommend,...

    It's not something I typically recommend, especially when progressives are involved. You have to be pretty careful with frame selection to make sure everything lines up well with measurements. That...
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    +1

    +1
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    Jealous! Right now we are a slower office and...

    Jealous! Right now we are a slower office and our small little box works just fine, but to do 40 frames at once is awesome!
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    Prism is a prescription that is ground into the...

    Prism is a prescription that is ground into the lenses and not mounted. The exception being a fresnel prism, which is a "stick on" temporary prism. So any procedures to grind the prescription would...
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  16. I've been wearing a shield when I get close to my...

    I've been wearing a shield when I get close to my patients (for instance measuring PD/SH) and then removing it when I am not close. I still wear an N95 and paper mask. That being said, I have been...
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    +1
  18. I don't know but people assume that scratch...

    I don't know but people assume that scratch resistant lenses mean scratch proof, so you know how the antibacterial conversation will go. "You sold me these antibacterial glasses and I still got pink...
  19. and anti-bacterial does not mean anti-viral,...

    and anti-bacterial does not mean anti-viral, which is what most people are concerned about right now. How many patients are going to come in asking for glasses that keep the covid away? Be prepared...
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    +1 :giggle:

    +1 :giggle:
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    Yes!

    Yes!
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    Same here. The problem I have is that I work...

    Same here. The problem I have is that I work alone in an office down the hall from everyone else so it would take too long for anyone to come to help me. Most of my patients are elderly who's masks...
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    While I agree this is true, I would think for UV,...

    While I agree this is true, I would think for UV, it would take a lot of cleanings on the same frame for it to do damage. Chemicals however, can melt your fingerprint right into a zyl frame!
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    This is what we use. It was $200 and works...

    This is what we use. It was $200 and works great! Depending on the frames I can fit around 8 in there. 11 min (which is changeable) and they are done. Double checked with John at optician works...
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    I would like to find out more about this...

    I would like to find out more about this position. Can you send me a PM please?
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