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    That's not an anti-fatigue RX, that's a...

    That's not an anti-fatigue RX, that's a straight-up multifocal. Ask the doctor for clarification.
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    It's the auto industry that's really sweating....

    It's the auto industry that's really sweating. There are a lot of parts that are only made in one or two Chinese factories, and you can't build a car with 99.9% of the parts.
  3. +1. If it is an "unlimited" EyeMed discount plan...

    +1. If it is an "unlimited" EyeMed discount plan for materials, bill the exam only and use your own suppliers as though it's a private pay order.
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    A protractor is your easiest bet.

    A protractor is your easiest bet.
  5. Thread: Fog id

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    I have a pair at home, in an old Safilo Verge...

    I have a pair at home, in an old Safilo Verge frame.
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    +1
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    It is OLD. The very first Crizal lenses had this...

    It is OLD. The very first Crizal lenses had this feature. I haven't seen it since about 2003. It wasn't the middle, it was off to the outside of the left lens, as I recall.

    Carl Zeiss is doing a...
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    P.S. My brother-in-law does landscaping as well,...

    P.S. My brother-in-law does landscaping as well, and he would never in a million years wear glass or non-polarized suns.
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    +1. All other normal options are for some reason...

    +1. All other normal options are for some reason unacceptable to your persnickety patient.
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    Prescription, though, not per​scription.

    Prescription, though, not per​scription.
  11. Consider this as you are deciding how to enter...

    Consider this as you are deciding how to enter information: What info will I need to have ready access to for remakes, non-adapts, duplications, etc.? I really prefer to have precise frame, lens, and...
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    The filters are stopping HEV blue light from...

    The filters are stopping HEV blue light from passing through, so a yellowish tinge is the result. The coatings are different; the front side is for all intents and purposes a flash mirror, so it...
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    $129 for standard Transitions/SunSync $139 for...

    $129 for standard Transitions/SunSync
    $139 for XTRActive
    $169 for Vantage, which we never ever sell
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    Important: ClearVision "Global Fit" frames in multiple...

    ClearVision "Global Fit" frames in multiple lines. L'Amy has them as well.
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    Important: RX those Polaroid suns! We do! Even if you throw...

    RX those Polaroid suns! We do! Even if you throw the polarized plano lenses away they're still an amazing bang-for-the-buck sunglass line. And the Polaroid ophthalmics are selling much better for us...
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    Important: Absolutely agreed. If I had to carry only one...

    Absolutely agreed. If I had to carry only one frame manufacturer in my office it would be Safilo, easy.

    Also, why discontinue Kate Spade after she died? She sold the brand off over a decade...
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    Is the test pen one designed to work with the...

    Is the test pen one designed to work with the exact brand of "blue blocker" lens you're using? If it's from another lens company, it's designed to make their particular lens look good, and may not...
  18. If this was my patient, I'd be recommending a...

    If this was my patient, I'd be recommending a digital lens in a hyper high index material, likely 1.67, and of course with an anti-reflective coating. I love the Zeiss Individual lens and use it...
  19. Bear in mind also that, even for offices that are...

    Bear in mind also that, even for offices that are able to place Davis orders through an ELOA lab, there are still a small number of Davis Medicaid plans that will require you to use the old Davis...
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    Lighten Up Sentinel AR and Synergy Crystal AR are...

    Lighten Up Sentinel AR and Synergy Crystal AR are both available in stock from Nassau.
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    Dovetailing in on this, it's good to have...

    Dovetailing in on this, it's good to have discounted private-label lens products in your pocket for just such a situation. We use Lighten Up and Synergy Crystal AR for private-pay SV and over the...
  22. It's absolutely true that smaller rectangular...

    It's absolutely true that smaller rectangular men's frames are hard as hell to find. I used to sell a semi-rimless 49mm Carrera in many of those cases, but Safilo discontinued the frame a year or so...
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    Do you have the option of just not carrying that...

    Do you have the option of just not carrying that frame any more? I assume since it's coming up regularly that it's a frame coming from an attached dispensary. I've done that in a few cases with...
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    And what material are the lenses made of? This is...

    And what material are the lenses made of? This is a not-uncommon problem with zyl frames and low-minus polycarbonate lenses. The poly is somewhat flexible, so it will bend if it's edged just a little...
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    I guess you could say it's different from other...

    I guess you could say it's different from other COG increases because it's an increase in an otherwise consistent price point that might just up and go away some day.
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