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APR 2016

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A Better Reception Signet Armorlite, Inc. // 800.950.5367 // signetarmorlite.com // marketingliterature@signetarmorlite.com APRIL 2016 // 103 VISIONCAREPRODUCTS.COM VCPN By Diane F. Drake, LDO, ABOM, FCLSA Tune into the KODAK Lens Patient Waiting Room Video to educate about lenses in your lobby. KODAK SoftWear Lenses, designed for comfortable computer use, can help re- lieve the symptoms of CVS. No-Glare Lens Coatings features the benefts of these anti-refective treat- ments and illustrates the scratch resis- tance, cleanability and UV protection that the coatings provide. The DVD can run as a continuous loop in the waiting room or reception area. It has subtitles so it can be run on mute and is benefcial for the hear- ing impaired. Order a complimentary DVD at www.salitonline.com or via the email below. The video is also part of Signet Armorlite's media library on the company website and YouTube chan- nel, which makes it easy to pull up on an iPad at the dispensing table. Consider linking to it on your website too. The KODAK Lens Patient Waiting Room Video is not only an entertaining and innovative way to educate patients, but it also turns waiting time into edu- cation time instead of wasted time. Diane F. Drake, LDO, ABOM, FCLSA, is a licensed optician, writer, lecturer and consultant to optical professionals in Jackson, GA. Signet Armorlite's six-minute video on the KODAK Lens Professional Series makes it easy to educate patients about vision needs and lenses. The video has six segments, which provide details on the following KODAK lenses: Digital Single Vision Lens features the benefts of a good quality single vi- sion lens for either distance or near. Progressive Lenses discusses the dif- ference between bifocals, trifocals and single vision near only lenses, the prob- lem of image jump and the limitations of each design. It then highlights the uninterrupted viewing experience of progressive addition lenses. Transitions Lens speaks to the need for the eye's light-adjusting require- ments throughout the day as conditions change and how Transitions can reduce eye fatigue, eyestrain and block 100% of UV rays. Sun Lens explains the medical ne- cessity of sun protection and addresses UV damage to ocular tissues. It also de- fnes polarization in a way consumers can understand. SoftWear Lens starts by identifying the problem of computer vision syn- drome (CVS). It then describes how Bi z CLOSEUP To a c c e s s t h e KO DA K L e n s v i d e o o n l i n e , g o to w w w. s i g n e ta r m o r l i te . c o m /re s o u rc e s /m e d i a - l i b ra r y/ o r h tt p : / / ko d a k l e n s . c o m /e n /p ro /p ro _ s e r i e s .

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