Changes abound in 2020. As you’ve likely heard, an enhanced Premier Program will be rolling out and SunSync Light-Reactive Lenses will play a big role in helping you reach the Silver, Gold, or Platinum tiers. But while the Premier Program the big story, it’s not the only change you need to be aware of in 2020.
Everyone likes the idea of getting more. The concept of squeezing as much as possible into or out of anything appeals to the value seeker in us all. McDonald’s® figured this out decades ago when the concept of an ordinary value meal no longer satisfied the masses. “Supersize it” became an instinctive add-on to your order of a “number 3 with a Coke.” After all, a meal’s not a meal without 32 extra ounces of soda and enough fries to fill a Fiat, right?
But other that an extra helping of calories and a massive sugar crash two hours later, what’ do you get out of adding and adding and adding? Often, piling on more doesn’t yield much benefit, and can do more harm than good.
Here’s the point where we connect a value meal to a light-reactive lens.
Welcome to the third and final installment of our ultimate guide series on light-reactive lenses. In part one we covered standard photochromics before shifting to extra reactive photochromics in part two. In part three we’re going to look at a new and exciting category of light-reactive lenses that only came into existence in October 2018.
SunSync Elite received the “Award of Excellence” in the “Lens Coating” category at July’s OMEGA=19 optical tradeshow in Australia.
If someone were to ask your professional opinion on the perfect lens to enhance with a photochromic, you wouldn’t be alone or incorrect in responding, “progressive, bifocal, or single vision.” With all the benefits of light-reactive lenses, they’re a natural fit for everyday eyewear options. But, there’s another lens type that’s so perfectly suited for a light-reactive enhancement, it’s surprising more eye care professionals don’t utilize it as a fantastic second-pair recommendation.
In part one of this three-part series, we took an in-depth look at standard light reactive lenses . In this second installment, we’ll be covering their extra reactive associates.
Eye care professionals were asked for their opinions on SunSync's revolutionary offering and were quick to heap praise on the ultra-fast lens that changes from dark to clear in seconds.
The first photochromic lenses appeared in 1964, and quickly drew interest for their unique ability to darken in sunlight and fade back indoors. However, the first generation of photochromic lenses came with cosmetic and functional barriers – two of the largest being that it took them about an hour to fade and they never got fully clear.
Fast forward more than half a century, and the technology has greatly expanded, as have the types of light-reactive lenses available. Reaction speeds, darkness, clarity, and overall aesthetics have all improved greatly, and there are now four different types of light-reactive lenses available: standard, extra reactive, ultra-fast, and polarized.
Looking for a great way to increase your knowledge of light-reactive lenses while earning free CE credits? A new ABO course, The Next Generation of Light-Reactive Lenses, is now available on UUniversity, and we’re offering you a voucher code to take it for free.
Now your high-index-wearing patients can enjoy the revolutionary fade-back speed of SunSync Elite.
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