Previously on this and other bulletin boards, wavefront aberrometer-designed prescription lenses were touted as a possible means to correct irregular astigmatism (visual aberrations) that plagued refractive surgery patients. In theory and in the marketing, it sounded great. However, even if precise measurement of lens vertex distances for a spectacle frame could be calculated, the slightest slippage or maladjustment of the frame would render the aberrometer-adjusted prescriptions inconsequential. Patient feedback was generally "no better" than conventional spectacle corrections. In addition, aberrations can vary with pupil size and gaze, something this technology could not address.
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Oct 17th Update: No further finished jobs are shipping from Ophthonix. However, the Company will be shipping back all customer frames this week at no charge. Accounts will need to restart these jobs with another lab of their choice.
As of October 16, 2012, Ophthonix, Inc. is ceasing operations. Unfortunately, the economic situation has put the Company in the position of not being able to find the capital needed to continue operations. Please leave a telephone or email message with your name and phone number should you have any questions and someone will contact you. The phone # is 877.367.4966 and the e-mail is email@example.com.
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