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Making sure it all measures up

Carl Zeiss' Sofia Fazal shares her top tips for taking accurate measurements when dispensing progressives

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Taking measurements in practice can be a real challenge at the best of times, but the critical nature of progressive lens positioning means that getting it right first time is the key to success and ultimately the satisfaction of the patient. Here are eight factors to consider that will help avoid non-tolerance cases.

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