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    how we recommend patient need transitions lens??

    how we recommend patient need transition lens?? wat benefit is it??? why patient need ????

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    There is an huge benefit for transition lenses, but you must make sure the customer fully understands how they work. It's like a 2 in 1 combo, when your inside somewhere it's crystal clear as if your wearing regular glasses and when you wear them outside they become as dark as sunglasses. These lenses darken in the sunglight and fade very quickly when inside, you can't even feel it.

    When explaining to an customer this is another huge benefit transition lenses block 100% of UVA & UVB rays to protect your eyes from harmful rays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnet_baby
    how we recommend patient need transition lens?? wat benefit is it??? why patient need ????
    Go on the transition website which you can find on my listing at http://optochemicals.com/web_ratings.htm and learn all you want to know directly out of the lions mouth.
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    Its a good substitute for a sunglass for people too dumb (like me) to keep up with two pairs of glasses.

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    I think it's most important to explain to patients that the transitions will NOT be a substitute for sunglasses in a car (because the windshield blocks the UV light necessary to activate the lens darkening property). I find if you explain that ahead of time, they are happy with the lens!


    It is a great comfort lens ~ people who are sensitive to light or who go in & out of buildings all day and don't want to change their glasses all the time.

    Depending on the activies the patient likes to participate in, I will suggest a pair of sunglasses.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Ryser
    Go on the transition website which you can find on my listing at http://optochemicals.com/web_ratings.htm and learn all you want to know directly out of the lions mouth.
    Not so sure based on the way the original question was asked that cnet baby will get there. Here is a direct link just in case. I like the optochemicals site though Chris!

    http://www.transitions.com/page.cfm?id=100

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