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Lensplates now available in the UK

Lensplates now available in the UK

Posted on 31st January 2014

This is a one for all our optometrist readers. It’s one of those times when you think “why hasn’t anyone thought of this before now?”

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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.

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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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