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Different every day

‘When I tell people I do domiciliary they often have quite a negative view of it. They tend to think that all the customers are old and have dementia, and that it’s a difficult day.   In fact, it’s | more

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The changing face of optical education

“As well as reflecting the changes in optical education, I think PAC has also influenced those changes. It encouraged other optical conferences to come into the market, and I suspect it’s the standard against which | more

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Dispensing case study – Lens selection and the ‘jack-in-the-box’ effect

A new 63-year-old retired male patient, wearing 22mm round-seg bifocal blended lenticular with multicoating, is aphakic (has no crystalline lens) due to congenital cataracts. He has never had sunglasses before but really wants them. States that he was not able to achieve clear vision at near with bifocals and experienced asthenopia (eye strain) despite the prescription being the same or very close to his current prescription. | more