Photochromics are a great choice for a variety of your patients. But sometimes, picking the right frame for a light-reactive lens can be a bit tricky. As an optician, your patients look to you to put them in a pair of glasses that fit right, suit their lifestyle, and of course, help them see better.
To help you help them, we asked 20-year optical veteran Chris Nichols, ABO, for her advice on selecting the ideal frame for a photochromic.
Click through the slideshow below to see her four frame styling fundamentals:
There you have it. Four simple tips to help you help your patients pick the right frame for their photochromic lenses.
What advice do you have for helping patients select a frame to go with a light-reactive lens like SunSync? Let us know in the comments section below.
Related Content: For a complete guide to dispensing standard or extra-active light reactive lenses, read "The Optician's Ultimate Guide to Standard Photochromics," or "The Optician's Ultimate Guide to Extra-Active Photochromics."
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