What blue light really means to your patients and practice

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The effects of blue light on your patients has been all over the news.  Is the science solid, and if so, what are you doing about it?  Which lens is best and how should you present it to your patients?  Is all blue light bad?  Why the emphasis on it now vs. years ago?  Get answers to these questions and more.  Joining the show will be representatives from Essilor, Zeiss, Hoya, VSP and BluTech so be sure to listen to the important episode.

Date: Wednesday, June 17, 2015


Great Show! One thing I would add, when you ask why is blue light so important now apposed to 10 years ago. I believe blue light increased concern stems from, "Todays Millennials". They are demanding more information, honest information, and healthy alternatives. They require electronics devices this will only increase as technology expands, but millennia's want to be free to make there choice and we as optical professional must provide them with actuate information so they can achieve their common goal, "Freedom and Happiness". Look forward to listening to your upcoming show.

God Bless

Claudine Williams
Marketing Director
PFO Global

Interested in facts behind blue light

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