opticianry

opticianry

 [op-tish´an-re]
the translation, filling, and adapting of ophthalmic prescriptions, products, and accessories.

op·tic·ian·ry

(op-tish'ăn-rē),
The professional practice of filling prescriptions for ophthalmic lenses, dispensing spectacles, and making and fitting contact lenses.
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Opticianry is defined as "the art and science of optics to compounding, filing, and adapting of ophthalmic prescriptions, products and accessories." Opticianry describes the preparation (making) of ophthalmic lenses, setting them into spectacle frames, and dispensing (fitting and delivering) them to the wearer.