Transitions Optical, Inc. is challenging consumers to put their eye health knowledge to the test through a new, interactive quiz found at TestYourEyeQ.com. Supported by the Transitions Cultural Connections™ program, the quiz explores the eye health risks more commonly faced by culturally diverse groups and urges those who are at risk to take charge of their eye health by scheduling regular eye exams and wearing the right eyewear to protect and enhance their vision. Read the rest of this entry »
ABB Optical Group has been the largest distributor of Rose K lenses over the past 15 years and has become an authorized manufacturer of the complete line of Rose K lenses, including the new Rose K2 XL. Read the rest of this entry »
Adage, the short corridor progressive lenses with wide and balanced near and distance zones, are now available in clear Trilogy®, the impact resistant material with superior optical quality. Read the rest of this entry »
SynergEyes, Inc., manufacturer and marketer of the Duette and UltraHealth families of contact lenses, has announced that it will modernizing its policies for ordering and returning lenses. Read the rest of this entry »
New Mexico ODs team up with HEHP, Taos Lions Club KidSight program to improve vision in schools, communityNovember 27, 2013
The KidSight program increased the vision screening rate for amblyogenic risk factors in young students to 95 percent, but they aren’t stopping there. To sustain this and increase screenings, the Taos Lions Club, with the help of New Mexico Optometric Association (NMOA) OD members, is extending the program to children ages 2 to 5 and home-schooled students at scheduled in-school screenings. Read the rest of this entry »
By Chad Fleming, O.D., AOAExcel Business and Career coach
That is question we ask ourselves whenever we consider insurance of any kind. On a recent family vacation I found myself wrestling with exactly that. Read the rest of this entry »
Texas practitioner Vanessa Ransom Anderson, O.D., traveled to the other side of the globe this past January to deliver eye care to those in great need.
As part of a multifaceted team from a church in her hometown of Bloomfield, N.M., Dr. Ransom Anderson was asked to go because the local missionaries found the need for eye care in Kenya to be huge.
Her husband, David, accompanied her as well and served as an assistant/ optician/ counselor/ porter/ whatever else was needed. Read the rest of this entry »