Buzz SessionWhat Eyewear, Lens Or Technology Trend Has You Most Excited Right Now? See the new and upcoming technologies that have the Brain Squad geeking out. Published 12 months agoon January 30, 2018By INVISION Staff Invision February 2018 Issue Share Tweet High tech glass lens options, new and interesting RX sun colors. — Jesse Ellis, Claris Vision Dartmouth Optical, North Dartmouth, MAOur Visioffice machine definitely sets us apart from other optical stores in the area. Our patients love it! — Dave Schultz, OD, Urban Optics, San Luis Obispo, CAThe ability to engage patients more on their phones throughout the exam and purchase of eyewear. — Elizabeth Atkinson, Atkinson Eye Care, Algonquin, ILSmart Vision Lab’s telemedicine is hot stuff! — Will Taylor, Eye 2 Eye Contact, Northville, MITablets: one device for database, POS, photos, measurements, payment, etc. — Louis Cipriano, Luxottica Retail, Manalapan, NJWe ordered Lucas de Stahl while at Silmo. Leather and stone veneers; luxury and so cool! — Paula Hornbeck, Eye Candy & Eye Candy Kids, Delafield, WIThe round frames are SO in. We’ve even been selling really drastically thick sunglasses as ophthalmic pairs as well, which I think is a very strange but unique trend! — Heather Harrington, Elevated Eyecare, Denver, COPrinted lenses. — Bruce Krymow, Optivision, Phoenix, AZThe trend I’m most excited about right now is economic. People seem to be willing to spend more on themselves. High-end frames and premium add-ons. — Dave Goodrich, Goodrich Optical, Lansing, MIThe Varilux X-Series lens has us amped up. We feel like this is the lens all progressive wearers have been waiting for. With little or no need to find the “sweet spot” more people are becoming progressive wearers. — Leah Johnson, Central Texas Eye Center, San Marcos, TXThe latest digital progressives can really help solve issues with particular patients. Getting them to pay for high end technology is the trick. — Mary Canfield, Orlando Eyecare, Orlando, FLBecause of the “Ultimate Lens Package” from Essilor we are selling a lot of the X series. I was skeptical, however when you are doing a dispense, and your patient says “WOW!” as soon as they put them on-that’s exciting. — Jessika Arena, The Eye Center, Asheville, NCLove a flat base lens; sophisticated and edgy. — Lisa Trippi, Lux Eyewear, Newark, CAThe new technology for taking measurements from a selfie with glasses on. — Rick Rickgauer, Vision Associates, Girard, PANewest digital progressives. Having huge success with the new VSP Unity Via line of lenses, making our job a little easier! — Leri Egan, Dr. Texas L. Smith & Assoc., Citrus Heights, CARound shapes are a huge seller right now. Kind of refreshing to change shapes from the same old rectangle of past years. — Scott Keating, OD, Vision Trends, Dover, OHWe are using the Physio X lens and doing very well with it! — Susan Kantor, Central Phoenix Eyecare, Phoenix, AZRecharge anti-reflective. — Betty Aretz, The Eyecare Boutique, Wexford, PAOccupational lenses with blue [light] filtering. — Kate Giroux, MacPherson Opticians, Arlington, VAWearable technology. Anything truly customized with lenses. 3-D Frames. — Selina McGee, OD, Precision Vision, Edmond, OKDry Eye Disease and the tools to treat and diagnose it. — Mark Perry, OD, Vision Health Institute, Orlando, FLI am loving the use of Ortho K lenses! I have a good number of myopic patients under the age of 20 that have used Ortho K lenses for years and their prescriptions have not changed. Even better is the effect those lenses have on the alignment of the eyes. Patients who start out Esophoric with glasses eventually move towards orthophoria or slight Exophoria with Ortho K lenses. — Pauline Buck, OD, Behavioral and Developmental Optometrists, Miami, FLEssilor’s Eyezen lens gives us new lens technology to discuss with parents and young adults. — GR McGuirt, OD, 20/20 Vision Clinic, Lake Charles, LAUsing Ultem or similar frame materials. — John Benzinger, Biondolillo Eye Care, Hamberg, NYiD Screen has been the most well received polycarbonate lens we have dispensed in a while. — Jocelyn Mylott, D’Ambrosio Eye Care, Lancaster, MABluTech lenses. — Cindy Henderson, Eyear Optical, Hixson, TNThe flush mounted magnet zyl clip on pieces from Clariti. — Kevin Proctor, Barrett Opticians, Tyler, TXMy new optomap. — Kim Riggs, OD, Kimberly Riggs OD, Ligonier, PAWe love nylon frames. Cool look, durable and extremely light! — Katie McElvaine, OD, Springfield Family Vision, Springfield, MOFacets and tints on drilled rimless. Also, recycling old vinyl records into frames. — Stacey Harlander, CNY Eye Care, East Syracuse, NYComputer progressives since there are so many electronic devices being used. — Dorothy Reynolds, Optical Alternatives, Milford, CT What’s the Brain Squad?If you’re the owner or top manager of a U.S. eyecare business serving the public, you’re invited to join the INVISION Brain Squad. By taking one five-minute quiz a month, you can get a free t-shirt, be featured prominently in this magazine, and make your voice heard on key issues affecting eyecare professionals. Good deal, right? Sign up here. Related Topics:Buzz SessionINVISION February '18 Up NextThe Brain Squad Shares Its Take on Industry Trade Shows Don't MissIf You Could Say Three Words to Your Best Customer, What Would They Be? INVISION Staff Since launching in 2014, INVISION has won 21 international journalism awards for its publication and website. Contact INVISION's editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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Published 2 days agoon January 16, 2019By INVISION Staff Work out. — Steve Whitaker, Whitaker Eye Works, Wayne, PAI unwind and recharge with Pilates and girls brunch. — Leah Johnson, Central Texas Eye Center, San Marcos, TXBeach!— Paula Hornbeck, Eye Candy & Eye Candy Kids, Delafield, WIRide my bike or go to the gym in the early mornings before work, listen to podcasts throughout the day, sit down for a great meal with my wife after work.— Ted McElroy, OD, Vision Source Tifton, Tifton, GAListening to INVISION’s podcast. — Josh Bladh, Dr. Bladh OD, Diamond Bar, CAMotorcycle camping. — Dave Goodrich, Goodrich Optical, Lansing, MIDrink Scotch. — Richard Kemerling, Margolis Vision, Castle Rock, COGolf. — Rick Rickgauer, Vision Associates, Girard, PAWhen it comes to recharging as an optician, a good optical challenge between our owner (LDO), lab manager (LDO), and myself (LDO). We press each other and create situations that force us to get our heads back in the books. This happens weekly sometimes. — William Chancellor, Eye Can See Eyewear, McDonough, GAWe spend time off at an old farm that we own in rural West Virginia. It’s so peaceful; no sign of neighbors and only about ten cars drive by a day. — Barbara Bloom, OD, Weber Vision Care, Harrisburg, PAGo to the mountains or to the beach for a long weekend. — Laura Wright, Upstate Eyecare, Greenville, SCCALM meditation app on my iPhone. — Vlad Cordero, Focus Eye Care PC, Hackensack, NJDid someone say Happy Hour?!? — Meredith Hall, Miller Family Eye, Cedar Rapids, IAI just came back after a weekend with girlfriends. We rented a cabin, drank some adult beverages, took naps, and talked about husbands, work, kids, family, and life. I came back on Monday ready to get organized and tackle my mounting to-do list. I feel better about this than I have in ages! — Jenna Gilbertson, McCulley Optix Gallery, Fargo, NDRock concerts. — Steve Nelson, Eye Candy Optical, Westlake, OHTravel and music. — Pablo E Mercado, Mount Vernon Eyecare, Dunwoody, GAI need to figure that out. — Zachary Dirks, OD, St. Peter and Belle Plaine Eyecare Centers, Saint Peter, MNI spend time with family or friends who are not in this field. I go to the beach to seaglass and beach comb. — Doreen Erbe, Snyder Eye Group, Ship Bottom, NJGo to CE. — Cedric Mitsui, OD, Big Island Vision Center, Hilo, HIDesert in the winter, beach in the summer. — Amy Pelak, Proview Eyecare Optometry, Corona, CAI play World of Warcraft with my friends. It’s relaxing but still stimulates the brain. — Frances Ann Layton, Eye Associates of South GA, Valdosta, GASleep. — Leisa Lauer, Dr. H Michael Shack, Newport Beach, FLVacay! — Cynthia Sayers, OD, EyeShop Optical Center, Lewis Center, OHSleep, sleep and more sleep. — Jill Sweig, OD, Oyster Bay Optics, Oyster Bay, NYBeer festival, dancing at a 70’s/80’s club — shout out to Johnny’s Hideaway! Atlanta natives of a certain age will know this place. — Tom Brillante, OD, Decatur Eye Care, Decatur, GAAt work, when I need a quick, 5-min recharge, I run receipts reports or restock inventory. I find repetitive patterns and reassuring numbers are great for self-soothing! Off work: hiking, mountain biking, reading, eating at our great local restaurants, and snuggling O’Malley the Alley Cat. — Jen Heller, Pend Oreille Vision Care, Sandpoint, IDJust got back from two weeks fishing in the Amazon. That was a pretty good recharge. I find working a three day week gives me a pretty good recharge each week, but office stays open five days. — Texas L. Smith, OD, Dr. Texas L. Smith & Associates, Citrus Heights, CAOver the weekend, go driving. — BJ Chamber, Carrera Optical, McQueeney, TXExercise. — Kaleena Ma, MK Vision Center, Forest Hills, NYMy artwork and my writing for fandemoniumnetwork.com. — Angel Miller, Cynthiana Vision Center, Cynthiana, KYBicycling. — Fred Sirotkin, OD, Eagle Eye Care, Columbia, MDFresh air! — Candy Crone, Wayne Optical, York, PATrade shows like Vision Expo always tend to give us a little boost of motivation when we get back. — Travis LeFevre, Krystal Vision, Logan, UTWoodworking; repurposing headboards to benches among other things. — Scott Felten, Fox Valley Family Eye Care, Little Chute, WII travel. Whether it’s a big trip or just a weekend getaway, getting out of my normal zone helps recharge. Also, some spa time is also a big help. — Christine Howard, Attleboro Vision Care, Attleboro, MADrink beer! IPA preferably. — Dave Schultz, OD, Urban Optics, San Luis Obispo, CAIt’s nice to get away from the business but for me I love working and luckily, I work in an area of the country that a lot of people come to visit so it’s kind of like we’re always on vacation… just being back recharges me from time off. — Julie Uram, Optical Oasis, Jupiter, FLFamily! — Pam Peters, Midwest Eye, Downers Grove, ILI start with a very serious discussion with myself. I consider the facts, why things are not going as planned, if there is a rotten apple causing discord, what caused situation and then what actions I need to take. The next step is to plan and prepare a meeting to address the issues at hand. This usually recharges me, giving a positive attitude. I believe no situation is hopeless, and something can always be done. Right or wrong, you keep moving forward and don’t give up. One of Murphy’s Laws states “left alone things go from bad to worse.” — Pam Housle, Texas State Optical of Nederland, Port Arthur, TXCaribbean vacation. — Brian Finley, Island Opticians LLC, Palm Beach, FLEating apples! They always give me a burst of energy. — Jade Kowalic, Rophie Eye Care, Dunedin, FLTake a week off and go anywhere.— Sandy Slang, Ophthalmology Associates, Cudahy, WILock the doors and try on glasses for an hour! Nothing is more fun!— Jennifer Leuzzi, Mill Creek Optical, Dansville, NYLook forward to weekends. — Betty Aret, The Eyecare Boutique, Wexford, PAPlay with my three kids, travel with my wife, read and attend church. — Ken Boltz, OD, Kenneth D Boltz OD LLC, Dublin, OHVacation! — Amina Ebrahim, OD, D Vision Eyecare, Allen, TXVision Expos. — Scott Keating, OD, Vision Trends, Dover, OHRetire? — Jill Schnurer, OD, Village Eyecare Co., Clarkston, MIVacation!!! — Susie Phillips, Dr. Brendon Johnson, OD, Pekin, ILSleep, elliptical, pray. — Brian Parker, Temecula Eye Center Optometry, Temecula, CAWhat’s that? — Caitlin Binyo, Vision Center, Bellingham, WAMoving my shop from commercial location to its new, sweet, in-home location has helped so very much in recharging! Having a shop downtown along with running my home, single-handedly was just too much, like having two homes to keep up! This integration is just the best for my stress and psyche … plus I’ve been able to clean up all business debt! — Elle Tatum , Island Spectacle, Bainbridge Island WAMini weekend vacation somewhere warm and not too far; like Florida on a Friday and coming back Sunday evening. — Diana Canto-Sims, Buena Vista Optical Boutique, Chicago, ILI plan to take some time off before Thanksgiving to do some late season yard work and plant some fruit trees. I will also be taking a road trip to MI to spend Christmas with my in-laws. — Jesse Ellis , Eye Health Vision Center, North Dartmouth, MAStarbucks!! — Jessica Brundidge , Clarity Vision, Clayton NCPlay with grandkids. — Robert McBeath , Edina Eye Physicians and Surgeons, Edina MNCoffee or Red Bull. — Heather Harrington, Elevated Eyecare, Denver, COYoga, vacations, bar trivia or concerts. — Harris Decker , Eye Designs of Westchester, Scarsdale, NYI take a day off. Sometimes I just need some “me” time. On my day off, I quilt. — Vicki Thompson , Grandville Optical, Grandville, MII’m a big crafter and that relaxes me. — Colleen Brondo, Visual Eyes Optical, Stanhope, NJWhat’s the Brain Squad?If you’re the owner or top manager of a U.S. eyecare business serving the public, you’re invited to join the INVISION Brain Squad. By taking one five-minute quiz a month, you can get a free t-shirt, be featured prominently in this magazine, and make your voice heard on key issues affecting eyecare professionals. Good deal, right? Sign up here. Continue ReadingBuzz SessionWhat Vow Will You Make Right Now for the New Year? Brain Squad members share their 2019 goals. Published 2 months agoon November 21, 2018By INVISION Staff Continue to wow patients. Cedric Mitsui, OD, Big Island Vision Center, Hilo, HITry to gesture with an open hand rather than a pointer finger. This is a harder habit to break than I thought. Jessika Arena, The Eye Center, Asheville, NCGet rid of paper! Kristina Swartz, The Eye Site, Mishawaka, INChoose happy. Mary Canfield, Orlando Eyecare, Orlando, FLI vow to get rid of all of the magazine ordered frames that the guy before me ordered. Jade Kowalick, Ryczek Eye Associates, St. Petersburg, FLHit the gym again. Rick Rickgauer, Vision Associates, Girard, PATravel … further than Orlando. Bart Parker, Vision Source-Fox Optical, Lake Worth, FLNo more vows. Mark Perry, OD, Vision Health Institute, Orlando, FLSimplify. Scott Keating, OD, Vision Trends, Dover, OHWrite it, think it, believe it till done. Bryan Hartgrave, Vision Solutions, Lamar, MOFinish what I start. Selina McGee, OD, Precision Vision, Edmond, OKMy remake percentage will go down. Theodore Sees, OD, Rockford Family Eyecare, Rockford, MITry to make a difference in 2019. More volunteer work with Vision Screenings for Veterans and low income patients. Texas L. Smith, OD, Dr. Texas L. Smith & Associates, Citrus Heights, CAHire a front desk coordinator who will stay with us like our optician and optometric tech have for over 20 years! Robert M Easton Jr., OD, Oakland Park, FLBetter hiring and retention strategies. Kaleena Ma, MK Vision Center, Forest Hills, NYPatience, take things one day at a time and don’t procrastinate. Mitchell Kaufman, Marine Park Family Vision, Brooklyn, NYTo make a quick plug to every patient about our new frame lines. Tom Brillante, OD, Decatur Eye Care, Decatur, GAThou shalt restrain yourself when buying frames! Nikki Griffin, EyeStyles Optical and Boutique, Oakdale, MNIncrease our social media presence and start paid Facebook and Instagram ads to increase optical business. Vlad Cordero, Focus Eye Care PC, Hackensack, NJExpand to new locations. Pauline Buck, OD, Behavioral and Developmental Optometrists, Miami, FLNo printing out things that are not truly needed. Bridgett Fredrickson, Whelan Eye Care, Bemidji, MNI vow to try and consistently have a positive and supportive attitude. Harris Decker, Eye Designs Of Westchester, Scarsdale, NYGrow our dry-eye treatment center. Rob Szeliga, OD, Spring Hill Eyecare, Spring Hill, TNBetter equip myself with the hiring of Millennials. Jessica Brundidge, Clarity Vision, Clayton, NC What’s the Brain Squad?If you’re the owner or top manager of a U.S. eyecare business serving the public, you’re invited to join the INVISION Brain Squad. By taking one five-minute quiz a month, you can get a free t-shirt, be featured prominently in this magazine, and make your voice heard on key issues affecting eyecare professionals. Good deal, right? Sign up here. Continue ReadingBuzz SessionNot That Again! The Questions You Wish Patients Would Stop Asking “Can I get a trial contact?” Published 4 months agoon September 28, 2018By INVISION Staff Can I get a trial contact? (Even writing it makes me combustible.) — Rick Rickgauer, Vision Associates, Girard, PA“No, really, I just need to ask the doctor a quick question. Can you get him/her on the phone right now?” — Jen Heller, Pend Oreille Vision Care, Sandpoint, IDSadly, they ask if my breasts are real. — Julie Uram, Optical Oasis, Jupiter, FLHow many pairs of glasses do you have? How much did they all cost? — Jenna Gilbertson, McCulley Optix Gallery, Fargo, NDI can buy these contacts anywhere, right? — Shimul Shah, OD, Marysville Family Vision, Marysville, OHAren’t these scratch proof? — Jade Kowalick, Rophie Eye Care, Dunedin, FL Which frames are covered by my insurance? — Shane Clark, Infinity EyeCare, Rapid City, SDDoes my insurance cover that? — Danielle Jackson, OD, Jackson Eye, Fairburn, GAWhy do I have to pay a contact lens evaluation fee? I’ve never had to pay it anywhere else. — Tammy Hazelett, Wylie Vision Care, Garland, TXDoes this come with a warranty? — Jason Stamper, Eye Care Pavilion, Davenport, IAHow do you compare to [discount optical]? — Ron Catterson, Clear View Optix, The Villages, FLWhy do you cost more than Costco? — Kathy Maren, Comb EyeCare & Eyewear, Western Springs, ILDo you take my insurance? — Mitchell Kaufman, Marine Park Family Vision, Brooklyn, NYDo you really need to wear glasses or do you just do so because you work here? — Christine Howard, Attleboro Vision Care, Attleboro, MACan you do better on the price? — Dorothy Reynolds, Optical Alternatives, Milford, CTYou let them ask questions?!? Kidding… “Is xxxx normal?” … when it’s obviously not. — T.S. Stephens, OD, Dr. Stephens and Associates, Vienna, WVWhy do you charge for a CL refitting ? — Dave Schultz, OD, Urban Optics, San Luis Obispo, CA“At your age, do you take Viagra?” Yes, but I take it so I won’t pee on my shoes. — Texas L. Smith, OD, Dr. Texas L. Smith & Associates, Citrus Heights, CAWhat is my insurance? — Jeff Grosekemper, Casa De Oro Eyecare, Spring Valley, CADo I get that exact frame off the wall? — Bob Schmittou, New Eyes Optical, Wyandotte, MICan this be billed to my insurance? — Pauline Buck, OD, Behavioral and Developmental Optometrists, Miami, FLCan I get more contacts and trials even thought my Rx is expired? — Scott Felten, Fox Valley Family Eye Care, Little Chute, WIHow come these are so expensive, when I can get them online for $20? — Frances Ann Layton, Eye Associates of South GA, Valdosta, GACan you write this frame down for me? — Steve Nelson, Eye Candy Optical, Westlake, OHWhy are my glasses not free? I have insurance. — Pablo E Mercado, Mount Vernon Eyecare, Dunwoody, GADo you carry Ray-Ban? (Or Oakley) — Caitlin Bruno, Binyon Vision Center, Bellingham, WAAre you open? — Dave Goodrich, Goodrich Optical, Lansing, MICan you fix my Warby Parker’s, Zenni, or any other online glasses? I got them like this! — Jill Sweig, OD, Oyster Bay Optics, Oyster Bay, NY“That’s the soonest I can get in?” when we say, “Her first opening is XYZ.” — Bridgett Fredrickson, Whelan Eye Care, Bemidji, MN“Is the doctor available? I have a question….” As if he is not particularly busy, you know, seeing patients all day. — Cassandra Nash, HD Optical Express, Lansing, MIWhy doesn’t my insurance cover that? — Richard Kemerling, Margolis Vision, Lone Tree, COAren’t all frames made by one company? — Paula Hornbeck, Eye Candy, Delafield and Mequon, WIWhy do I have to pay for contact lens evaluation when I already wear contacts? — Monika Marczak, OD, Eye Candy Optical Center, Pittsburgh, PAWill you adjust the glasses I bought online? — Kevin Bushouse, RxOptical, Kalamazoo, MIWhat does Costco charge for this? — Allen D. Hoek, OD, Ripon, CAWhy don’t you know what my insurance covers? — James Masser, Rocky Mountain Eye Center, Pueblo, COAre your sunglasses prescription only? — Edna Shelby, Macomb Vision Associates, Shelby Township, MICan I take my prescription elsewhere? UGH! — Karen Santos McCloud, OD, Hamburg Vision Center, Lexington, KY What’s the Brain Squad?If you’re the owner or top manager of a U.S. eyecare business serving the public, you’re invited to join the INVISION Brain Squad. By taking one five-minute quiz a month, you can get a free t-shirt, be featured prominently in this magazine, and make your voice heard on key issues affecting eyecare professionals. Good deal, right? Sign up here. 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