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Indianapolis Opthamologist Discusses the Stigma of Wearing Eyeglasses

Eyeglasses are now more popular than ever. A key feature to achieve ‘The Nerdy Look’, glasses today have become quite the fashion statement. The problem is: even with their resurgence, many who need them are still choosing not to wear them. 89 more words

Different Types of Optical Services

Are you someone who is looking forward to an optical career? If, you are it is important to understand the different services that fall under… 380 more words

Contact Lenses

Part of the Journey

I sent a message to UCSF angel/rheumatologist re: my eyes. Just to see if there was an Opthamologist she’d prefer I see. She says jump, I am GOING to say “how high?” 283 more words

Chronic Illness

I Only Have Eyes for Tacos

I was told I needed to have a specific eye test done that was performed in the Hospital’s Ophthalmology clinic last wednesday. My experiences so far at this clinic have been hilarious, but unconventional at best. 1,330 more words


You are not a mistake

I have been putting off going to the eye doctor for some time now. I hate doctors and I generally don’t have time to go. My lunch break has become an oasis to catch up on doctor visits and it messes with my attempt to take a break with my coffee and latest good read in that oh so cliché sort of way. 620 more words


Increasing Your Conversion Rate

It has become increasingly clear that we need to become more proactive in generating new sources of revenue either through increases in numbers of patients, increases in the sales of upgraded services and/or managing all aspects of our practices efficiently. 1,003 more words


Med Fool

I was at my opthamologist’s office the other day and he said that I might be a good candidate for Lasik surgery. I said that sounded expensive and he said, “Well, your HMO would probably cover it.” That really ticked me off and I told him, “Look, doc … first off, I went to college so you don’t have to spell, and secondly, you should watch yourself ‘cuz I don’t think that’s a very politically correct term.”