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What Is Considered Normal Vision?

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Normal vision, often called 20/20 vision, is the ability to see clearly at 20 feet what should typically be visible at that distance. This term is a universal standard for visual acuity, representing the clarity or sharpness of your vision. During a comprehensive eye exam, an eye doctor uses this measure as a crucial tool […]

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10 Tips to Streamline Business Operations in Your Optometry Practice

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10 Tips to Streamline Business Operations in Your Optometry Practice When you’re running an optometry practice, it can seem like your hands are always full. No matter how well-trained your staff is or how passionate you are about providing high-quality care, it can be common to experience burnout.  That could be a sign it’s time […]

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How Should Glasses Fit Your Face?

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The way you wear your glasses and sunglasses can have an impact on your eyesight and how much protection your eyewear offers. The right frame for protective eyewear is one you will use consistently, and learning how glasses fit your face can help with your overall comfort and satisfaction. Your glasses fit your face best […]

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How to Remove a Stuck Contact Lens

A woman removing a contact lens on her left eye using her left hand, while looking in the mirror.

Contact lenses are a popular alternative to glasses for people who want clearer vision without having to rely only on frames. While they are generally safe, wearing contact lenses comes with risks, such as eye infections, irritation, and dry eyes. One of the most troublesome situations for contact lens wearers can be when a contact […]

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Optometry Practice Valuation: How to Calculate Your Practice Value

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As an optometrist, you have invested a significant amount of time, money, and effort into building your practice. To help your practice run at its full potential and safeguard the value of your investment, it is essential to know the true worth of your practice.  An optometry practice valuation is the process of determining the […]

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Optometry Practice Management: 10 Strategies for Hiring Great Employees

An optometrist and optician looking at a laptop, smiling while working together

When it comes to managing an optometry practice—or any business, for that matter—it’s important you have a team around you that you can trust. After all, you can’t do everything yourself! It’s essential for your practice that you do your due diligence when considering potential new employees. Fortunately, there are some key areas to focus […]

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How to Tell if Sunglasses Are Polarized

A man outdoors holding a polarized sunglasses directly into the sun.

You may think that choosing sunglasses doesn’t matter, but they have features that can make your vision clearer, your eyes more comfortable, and healthier. Some of the most popular and beneficial sunglasses include polarized lenses. They help eliminate glare, filter out harsh light, and come in a variety of styles. If you have a pair […]

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