Posted on 31st January 2014
During contact lens exams when patients remove their contacts, where do you put them? Chances are they’ve forgotten their case (not Cameron Optometry patients of course.) so you open a trial pack of solutions, chucking away all the bits you don’t need or you buy a whole bunch of cases from a supplier for an extortionate price.
I wanted a way to do it quicker, cheaper and better and came up with Lens Plate – single use disposable trays for temporary contact lens storage.
Take one off the stack, use it once and dispose of it – totally hygienic for patients. But remember you don’t have to be an optometrist to use them.
They are now available online at www.lensplate.co.uk
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