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    How do you present the Physio Enhanced Eyecode progressive to your patients?

    Just wondering since there are no patient brochures available on this product, how do you present it to your patients?

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    not sure, great question, studying the lens right now. Are you using it with success? What were you using prior?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinEyewear View Post
    not sure, great question, studying the lens right now. Are you using it with success? What were you using prior?
    Our lens of choice was the Physio Enhanced, so the Eyecode seemed like the next logical step. So far, our patients have liked the clarity and crisp vision of the lens. We're still trying to come up with a better way to present it to the patient because of the lack of product brochures.

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    We have a discussion going on concerning Varilux PALs over in what lenses are truly free-form. You may want to have a look at that.

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    The first thing I think is PhyE is not freeform at all, it is a molded design. The PhyE Eyecode is a true freeform - sort of, look at our discussion over there. Then it also accounts for ERC and Head Cape - do you understand what these do, if not, look into it. It looks promising.

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    I've had great luck with the Physio Short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happylady View Post
    I've had great luck with the Physio Short.
    Do you wear progressives yourself?

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    I wear Physio2 transitions eyecode in a Silhouette rimless and find the lack of distortion better than my previous Physio2 which weren't eyecoded.
    I suspect that the reason for no patient literature is that the demo info is all stored on the Visio Office, which of course you need to eyecode.

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