Ensuring You Never Hear “I Don’t Like My Glasses!” Again, Part Two

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I make a point of discussing the doctors’ recommendations with a patient. Whether they saw one of our optometrists or have brought in a prescription, most doctors have begun a dialogue with the patient and can provide insight about how a patient wants to use their glasses. Hints that these conversations have taken place include modified prescriptions, as a prescription written for specifically for fine needle working. Or sometimes the recommendations are written on the prescription specifying a blue-blocking anti-reflective treatment for computer work.

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