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Optometrists Terms to Know

Countless individuals have vision problems. Many of these issues are easily resolved through the use of optical tools. Such equipment is available from a clinic or wholesale retailer of optical goods. Following are some common terms used optometrists and other eye specialists.

  • Asthenopia – This refers to pain or discomfort associated with vision, including such issues as headache or eyestrain. If severe or persistent asthenopia occurs, be sure to consult an eye doctor.
  • Bioptic Telescopic Lenses – These instruments are fixed onto eyeglasses to further increase magnification. They are a tool that is used predominantly for driving.
  • Hyperopia – Hyperopia, or farsightedness, prevents individuals from clearly viewing closer objects. Hyperopia can usually be easily remedied with the use of eyewear.
  • Myopia – Myopia, or nearsightedness, prevents individuals from clearly viewing distant objects. Myopia can usually be easily remedied with the use of eyewear.
  • Ophthalmologist – An ophthalmologist is a physician who can detect and treat a variety of eye problems. Ophthalmologists specialize in medical procedures that treat optical disorders and diseases.
  • Optician – An optician is an individual who can craft and adjust optical goods. Most wholesale retailers of optical goods will have an optician on the premises.
  • Optometrist – An optometrist is a doctor who can detect and treat a variety of eye problems. A doctor of optometry specializes in prescribing eyeglasses, contacts, and drugs to improve or correct optical disorders and diseases.
  • Progressive Addition Lens – A progressive addition lens, or progressive power lens, is similar to a bifocal or trifocals lens. These instruments typically possess portions for viewing distant, mid range, and closer object. Unlike bifocal and trifocals lenses, progressive addition lenses do not have visible lines separating the different portions.
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    Village Optical
    28263 Lexus Drive, Milford, DE 19963
    Village Optical isn't your average optical shop. Located in Milford, Delaware, we're focused on providing every client with top-quality service, including eye exams and more.
    (302) 491-4218
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    1717 Swede Rd, Blue Bell, PA 19422
    (610) 278-1900
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    136 Coulter Ave, Ardmore, PA 19003
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    777 Schwab Rd, Hatfield, PA 19440
    (215) 393-5895
    Sunrise Optical
    135 Yorktown Plz, Elkins Park, PA 19027
    (215) 886-3333
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    700 Business Center Dr Ste 125, Horsham, PA 19044
    (215) 441-0107
    Ic Berlin
    1627 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19122
    (215) 634-8990
    Edmund Optics Inc
    601 Montgomery Ave, Pennsburg, PA 18073
    (215) 679-9284
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    6441 Rising Sun Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19111
    (215) 725-4404
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    2381 Philmont Ave Ste 111, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
    (215) 947-4110
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    10 W Oakland Ave, Doylestown, PA 18901
    (215) 345-8273
    Express Optical Co Inc
    7255 N Crescent Blvd, Pennsauken, NJ 08110
    (856) 663-2102
    O & S Research Inc
    1912 Bannard St, Riverton, NJ 08077
    (856) 829-2800
    Phila Optics Inc
    326 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville Trevose, PA 19053
    (215) 322-1667


    There are few people out there who have perfect vision. Many require some assistance in the form of eye glasses and contact lenses. Consumers can purchase optical goods in stores, through their ophthalmic doctor's office, or via a wholesaler online. All they need is a prescription. These types of products are aimed at improving a person's eyesight. In general, optical goods include any products, supplies, or equipment related to care of the eye. However, optical goods can also refer to any recreational or scientific items that make images easier to see, such as magnifying glasses, telescopes, microscopes, binoculars, and cameras. Manufacturers and wholesalers sell ophthalmic products and optical goods such as imaging instruments, lens equipment, eye glass frames, novelties, and even contact solution in bulk to those who need large quantities of such products at a time, such as retailers. Customers include laboratory scientists, opticians, ophthalmologists, engineers, and retail stores. If it's important for you to see well, you will need access to a quality optical goods wholesaler or manufacturer. Engineers, scientists, photographers, and doctors all need 20/20 vision due to the nature of their jobs. Optical goods may be sold within doctor's offices, or you may see some products like contact lens solution and reading glasses at your local pharmacy. The first wearable eye glasses, formerly called spectacles, were invented in the late 1200s by Italian Salvino D'Armate. The year 1752 saw the invention of the first eye glasses, featuring double-hinged side pieces. It wasn't until the mid-20th century that the first soft plastic contact lenses were created.
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