A person qualified to make and supply eyeglasses and contact lenses for correction of vision
A person who makes or sells optical instruments
a worker who makes glasses for remedying defects of vision
An optician is a health care practitioner who designs, fits and dispenses lenses for the correction of a person's vision. Opticians determine the specifications of various ophthalmic appliances that will give the necessary correction to a person's eyesight. ...
A person who makes or sells lenses, spectacles etc
One who fits, fabricates, and dispenses eyeglasses. An optician fills prescriptions for eyeglasses and other optical aids as specified by either optometrists or Ophthalmologist.
an expert in the art and science of making and fitting glasses and may also dispense contact lenses.
In the United States, opticians are not doctors, but in some states they must complete training and be licensed. And in some states they can, after special training, become certified to fit contact lenses. ...
is a professional in the field of designing, finishing, fitting and dispensing of eyeglasses and contact lenses, based on an eye doctor's prescription. The optician may also dispense colored and specialty lenses for particular needs as well as low-vision aids and artificial eyes.
A professional who specializes in making and fitting eye glasses
An optician makes glasses and performs adjustments on frames.
someone who is trained to make and dispense eyeglasses and other visual aids.
One who grinds lenses, fits then into frames, and adjusts the frames to the wearer.
N (optometrist) okul(kurac)isto; (person who sells and fits glasses) optikisto
a maker of or dealer in optical items and instruments; a person who reads prescriptions for visual correction, orders lenses, and dispenses eyeglasses and contact lenses
a person that checks your eyes and try and correct any problems with your sight.
responsible for filling your prescription for corrective lenses; understands lenses and their effectiveness; makes recommendations about different lens options which are by the prescription; helps you select those products which are most appropriate and teaches you how to use them; opticians are ...
A specialist in fitting eyeglasses and making lenses to correct vision problems. An optometrist performs eye examinations and writes prescriptions for corrective lenses; an optician fills that prescription.
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means any Person who satisfies the definition of "dispensing optician" as set out at M.G.L. c. 112, § 73C and 235 CMR 2.02(2).
a person who makes corrective lenses. An optician is not a medical doctor.
A licensed optician or L.O. can fill a doctor’s prescription, expertly fit eyewear, and in some states, fit and fill a prescription for contact lenses as well. Because there is no national consensus as to the need for licensed opticians, Opticianry boards are regulated differently by each state. ...
This person can only grind lenses and fit them in frames.
Technicians trained and, in some states, certified to fill lens prescriptions and contacts and to fit eyeglasses. Some specialize in contact lenses and work in optometric or medical offices, working with an optometrist or ophthalmologist to fit contact lenses.
Expert in the manufacture and dispensing of spectacles and contact lenses.
An Optician is a professional trained to fit and adjust eyewear based on the specifications provided by an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Training requirements vary by state.
a person who is able to make glasses from a prescription, repair glasses, and assist the doctor with testing.