Patients who visit their optometrist usually expect much more than a simple sales pitch. After all, the objective of getting a new pair of glasses is to restore clear vision. Consequently, a retail store that distributes spectacles should not only limit itself to having a huge selection of fashionable frames available for you to choose from. What you really need is an optometrist who will take the time to assist you with your selection of your customised and optimum visual aid.
How can you determine whether an optometrist offers everything you need? Actually, there are a few simple parameters you can use to see whether your optometrist measures up:
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