Now you can help your patients understand the symptoms associated of too much screen time, and the lenses available to help reduce them.
Unity Relieve Lenses are specially designed to reduce symptoms of digital eye strain and fatigue: they provide unrestricted vision, a slight power boost at the bottom of the lens, single-vision fit and feel, and targeted blue light defense. In addition, they’re easy to dispense, easy to fit, and easy to rely on, so they make your life in the practice easier.
This newly-designed, trifold brochure introduces Unity Relieve Lenses, defines the problem of digital eye strain, and lets patients know how they can reduce symptoms without cutting down on screen time.
What’s more, the brochure includes a quiz to get patients thinking about whether their symptoms may be connected to their device use. The quiz is easy to take in the waiting area, prompting patients to discuss their symptoms and device use with you during their appointment.
Considering 87% of American adults don’t know eyewear for device use can help defend against digital eye strain, and only 20% discuss their symptoms with their ECP,* this interactive quiz serves as a great eye opener and ice breaker.
The brochure includes a quiz to get patients thinking about whether their symptoms may be connected to their device use."
The brochure also doubles as a take-home piece. So, even if your patients aren’t immediately ready to commit to Unity Relieve Lenses, they can consider the option at their leisure, and share the information with family members too.
The brochure’s takeaway message is that your single vision patients can now binge more and cringe less with these innovative new lenses.
Brochures are available from your Unity Business Consultant. They’re also available to order on our Practices Resources Page.
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