“Then you should go back to where you bought the first pair to get that same lens again!”
To the patient who stood in front of me wagging his finger in my face, and telling me how particular he was — all while raising his voice and saying he wanted to go back into a progressive lens that he hadn’t worn for years, and that he wanted that progressive with no distortion or “swim” at all.
This article originally appeared in the October 2017 edition of INVISION.
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