It’s like a ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ story about Progressive Lenses…and It’s Perfect for These 3 Readers
Hands up if you remember “Choose Your Own Adventure” books. If that’s a little before your time, we highly recommend grabbing one off Amazon or at your local used book shop. The books take young readers on an immersive journey of their own design by choosing one path versus another at pivotal points in the story.
Recently, Unity launched its own version of a “Choose Your Own Adventure” story about Unity Via Progressive Lenses. The interactive video tour lets you choose exactly what, when, and how you want to learn about the lenses, technology, availability, and fitting instructions for each lens in the Unity Via family. Simply tell your virtual tour guide what you want to know with a click of a button and away you go.
By this point, you’ve assessed the performance of your current progressive lens and determined it merits a potential change. You’ve also identified the needs of your patients and staff members, as well as the technology and performance required of a progressive lens by which to stake your reputation. With all that legwork done, you’ve likely narrowed your field down to a leading contender.
Now it’s time to validate that decision and replace the anxiety about the change with confidence in your selection.
If you’ve progressed through part one of our blueprint for changing your preferred progressive, you’ve surveyed your current landscape and assessed whether your current lens choice meets your needs, the needs of your patients, and the needs of the practice. If you haven’t read part one yet, you’ll want to do that before proceeding through part two.
In this installment, we’ll revisit the patient and practice needs your go-to progressive must fulfill, and the must-have lens technologies that help to do that.
Upgrading your progressive lens choice comes with a lot of anxiety and a ton of questions. "Should we implement a change?" "How would we implement the change?” “Is this new lens really better than the one that we use the most?” “How can we be sure the lens does what the manufacturer says?”
By the end of this series, you’ll not only understand why upgrading your go-to progressive makes sense, but also feel confident about your decision to upgrade, and be armed with the tools and know-how to execute the change successfully.
In this first installment, we’ll address why it might be time for a change.
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