Optical Training: Skills and Procedures
Opticianry is a large and growing ophthalmic specialty. This practical resource provides readers with a basic working knowledge of optics and office procedures. Offering a solid foundation of "need to know" information within about 4 weeks, this handbook is an ideal, basic reference for the non-optician receiving on-the-job training.
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adjust aphakia appointment Ask the patient ASSESSMENT astigmatism axis wheel back curves back side base curve basic bifocal or trifocal Choosing Lenses cleaning coating color cornea correct cylinder power diopters Diplopia dispensing contact lenses dispensing glasses doctor employee EYEGLASS PRESCRIPTION face shapes FIGURE Following frame styling front surface Glaucoma Hyperopia index of refraction inside job duties job order Keratometer laboratory Learn lens holder lensometer light lined bifocal lines are clear located look minus lens nose pads Ocular center optical optician pair of glasses patient wears Phoropter plastic polycarbonate power drum Presbyopia prism progressive lenses pull pupil pupillary distance Read assigned material rectus refractive index retina rimless Role-playing Sclera scratches Seg ht single vision sphere spherical power straight sure taking measurements technician Tell the patient thinner tint trainer transposing True or False type of frame type of lens usually verifying glasses wavelengths