Imagine if there was a way to measure the prescription for your new glasses without you having to answer endless questions about which lens looks better. Imagine if that measurement turned out to be almost the same as the one your optometrist obtained after asking you only a few questions about which lens was better.

Wouldn’t you feel extremely confident in the final prescription for your glasses knowing that your answers were virtually the same as the measurements obtained by a very sophisticated instrument called an autorefractor? And wouldn’t you also feel relieved that the whole process only took a fraction of the time it usually takes doing it the old way?

Well the good news is that optoMED have invested in the very latest and very accurate version of this instrument called an OPD III Corneal Analyser. This instrument uses a very sophisticated technique of analysing the prescription that gives you the clearest possible vision and it’s called Wavefront Aberration.

 

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