Practical aspects of ophthalmic optics
The Fourth Edition of this classic textbook provides you with a highly readable introduction to ophthalmic optics to acquaint you with the field's practical aspects. While covering basic mathematics, this new edition focuses on providing you with functional knowledge you'll need to select and design appropriate lenses.
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Characteristics of Lenses
Introduction to Bifocal Lenses
Prescribing Modern Glass Bifocal Designs
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aberration Absorptive Lenses add power American Optical angle antireflection coating aspheric aspheric lens astigmatism axis base curve Bausch & Lomb biconvex lens bifocal design Chapter chemically tempered chromatic aberration correction countersink curve CR 39 lenses CR 39 plastic crown glass curvature D-style Determine the power diopters dioptric discontinued distance dividing line double-segment edge Essilor eyecare professional eyewear fashion FIGURE flat-top frame Fresnel glass lenses gray hard-resin impact-resistant intermediate segment involved laboratory lens design lens power lower magnification manufactured meridian minus minus-cylinder mountings multifocal one-piece ophthalmic lenses optical center PALs pantoscopic patients needing peripheral distortion photochromic photochromic lenses Photogray Extra plano plastic lenses polycarbonate lenses practitioner prescribed prescription prism problem Procedure progressive addition queried recommended result round-top sin2 single-vision slab-off Solution specific sphere spherical sphero-cylinder straight-top style temples thickness tinted tion trade name trifocal Ultex upper Varilux vertical imbalance visible spectrum vision Vision-Ease Lens Younger Optics