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Your Questions and More Letters to the Editor for February

With Covid surging again, what is everyone doing now regarding masks and frame sanitizing?




  • Love this magazine! I read most all of the articles which have very interesting and relevant information presented in an attractive, appealing manner. Keep up the good work! — Elizabeth Hawkins, The Eye Station, Lees Summit, MO
  • I think INVISION has great content across all their platforms and I hope to see more as the industry continues to evolve. — Justin Tenczar, Berkshire Eye Center, Pittsfield, MA
  • The Law of Subtraction article was great. Made me really think about whether over time I was taking on too much and how to lean out again. — Samantha Hornberger, OD, Bright Family Eye Care, Lawrenceburg, IN
  • The article about leaving the industry was very good, but I will admit that I have no plans of ever leaving this field … slow down, sure, but not leaving it altogether. Articles like these are the reason I look forward to receiving your magazine every single month. — Pablo E. Mercado, Optima Eyecare, Alpharetta, GA

The Big Questions

We’ll take to social media over the coming weeks to ask our followers to weigh in.

  • With Covid surging again, what is everyone doing now regarding masks and frame sanitizing? — Paula Hornbeck, Eye Candy & Eye Candy Kids, Delafield, WI
  • How are offices staying competitive with current inflationary pressures both in staff wages and products? — Zachary Dirks, OD, St. Peter and Belle Plaine Eyecare Centers, Saint Peter, MN
  • With so many colleges of optometry and less competition to get into them, are we graduating less competent optometrists today? — Robert M. Easton Jr. OD, FAAO, Oakland Park, FL

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