ophthalmic optician


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ophthalmic optician

n
(Medicine) See optician
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ophthalmic optician

nOptiker(in) m(f); (prescribing) → Augenarzt m, → Augenärztin f; (dispensing) → Optiker(in) m(f)
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Doctor Soraya Janmohamed, an ophthalmic optician and manager of Capital Opticians, told 7DAYS it's vital to be fitted with the proper sunglasses to protect your eyes from the elements.
When an ophthalmic optician and a dispensing optician work in partnership, it is generally the dispensing optician who looks after the management of the practice.
But your modern ophthalmic optician will look at the retina, and refer you to your doctor if there is any sign of other problems.
Alastair epitomised the young, emerging post-war practitioner, committed to raising the status of the ophthalmic optician. He served as chairman of the Dorset and Hampshire Local Optical Committee and as the region's local councillor in the Association of Optical Practitioners, attending general council meetings in London regularly under the secretariat of Reg Pine and Ian Hunter.
As the business is a manufacturing opticians, it is in a position to offer very competitive prices, compared to the high street ophthalmic optician.