Low Vision Care: An Overview

Low vision patients are the most under-treated, under-referred and generally overlooked patients in many eyecare practices. With the current growth in the elderly population, this may be a perfect time to re-evaluate your approach to this ever-expanding group of...

Remove Scratches from 1.60 and 1.66 Product

Strange but True: You can easily remove most scratches from 1.60 and 1.66 product with a bowl of water and a microwave. Here's how: 1. Place scratched lens(es) in a bowl of water. Use enough water to ensure the lenses remain covered during the heating period....

Keep Lenses From Slipping Edging Super-Hydrophobic Coatings

  In just minutes a day, you too can slip-free edge super-hydrophobic lenses flawlessly! Editors note: If you are working with our own ICE, UVARity, TKO Plus, or TKO Ultra, you need not read any further, since each comes with a powder coat that virtually eliminates...

Video: Lens Material Drop Tests

The following videos show the results of drop tests perfomed by Younger Optics on CR-39, Spectralite, 1.60, Polycarbonate, and Trivex. All tests were perfomed using a 500g missile with a 1 mm point. The lenses tested were all front-side coated with a center thickness...

Aspheric Lenses

Aspheric lenses are defined as lenses that are non-spherical. This non spherical surface encompasses all kinds of lenses from aspheric, atoric, progressive, and aphakic. So if all these lenses fall in the definition of an aspheric lens, how do we further define and...

Take a Second Look at Low Vision Care

Aging boomers mean that low vision services can be lucrative for your practice. In the United States, vision loss that can't be corrected with glasses, contact lenses or surgery is the third most common ailment affecting individuals over 65 years of age (exceeded only...
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