I'm thinking about how adapting to eyewear has changed with the advent
of digital and all the newest lens options available to us. The use of
traditional lenses perpetuates the requirement that patients adapt to
new eyewear received. After all, a change of Rx and the resulting
compromise to peripheral lens design requires that the patient learn to
use their new eyewear, not really "get used to it."
that the delivery of digital lenses, where the Rx has been optimized
(peripheral errors compensated for the average fit) and particularly if
customized (peripheral design compensated for actual frame fit) is
actually adapted to the wearer, not the other way around.