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.

opticianry

/op·ti·cian·ry/ (-re) the translation, filling, and adapting of ophthalmic prescriptions, products, and accessories.
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