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Study satisfaction of people who wear progressive lenses conducted in optical storesCliquez ici pour lire l'article

Fitting progressive lenses on a person with presbyopia is a complex technical act that requires know-how, experience and psychology. The success of a fitting depends on a chain of actions that can each be a source of inaccuracy. In a large study conducted in France with Les Opticiens J. Torrilhon, we have evaluated the satisfaction levels of people wearing Varilux® progressive equipment. This article presents the various results that we have obtained and offers an analysis of them.

 

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Article tiré du magazine "Point de vue"

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Published in Optometry
Tuesday, 15 January 2019

A low vision magnification breakthrough

A low vision magnification breakthroughCliquez ici pour lire l'article

For people suffering from low vision today, it often takes tenacity and perseverance to find an optical solution that allows them to optimize their remaining sight. Meg Zatorski knows this only too well. Afflicted with Stargardt disease (a common form of inherited juvenile macular degeneration), she spent a decade trying to obtain powerful enough high plus lenses to enable her to regain the ability to read. Essilor’s Stanislas Poussin and Anne-Catherine Scherlen recount how her challenge was met and what needs to be done so others like her can benefit from a solution that meets their visual needs.

 

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Article tiré du magazine "Point de vue"

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Published in Optometry

Single vision lenses with additional near powerCliquez ici pour lire l'article

Life in modern societies is increasingly digitalized. The increase in near-point activities brought on by the widespread use of all kinds of digital devices is triggering a notable increase in the visual fatigue syndrome known as digital eye strain (DES), accommodative and vergence dysfunctions and dry eye. As practitioners, we must face this challenge – which represents nothing less than the digital Everest for our eyes – with concrete solutions for real life. Single vision lenses with additional near-power is an example of one such solution we are using to treat a number of clinical cases. In this review, we are going to share what we are busy doing to resolve this challenge.

 

 

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Article tiré du magazine "Point de vue"

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Published in Optometry