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Variable Focus Eyeglasses Cleared for Sale in Arizona

Prescription Eyewear

In a landmark case, the Assistant Attorney General of Arizona has ruled that Adlens adjustable focus eyewear may be sold without the need for a prescription.  The case, brought by the Arizona State Board of Dispensing Opticians argued that such sales violated state laws.  Adlens argued that adjustable eyewear should not be treated differently than other ready-to-wear eyewear and that it poses no risk to the user or public.  It provided research to this effect that proved convincing.

This case opens the door for variable focus eyewear to be marketed widely in the US and for more complex variable focus eyewear solutions to be developed and brought to market in the future.  Clearly a disruption strategy in the making.

Source:  The Optical Vision Site


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My friends call me Art. Welcome to my blog. In this space you’ll find information and comments on the ophthalmology world, the optical industry, the hearing industry and medical practice management. My intent is to provide information you can use to improve your business and your own performance. Please visit often and feel free to join the discussions by leaving comments.

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