Results for: "Optometrists - Supplementary Optical Dispensers" in "Durban-North, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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insurance companies

101 North Coast Rd

North Coast Rd

Durban

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8024

31.0115

10 Stamford Hill Rd

G17 Game City

Stamford Hill Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.84149

31.02015

West St

Colonial Mutual Twrs

West St

Durban

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.856843

31.031362

275 Sparks Rd

9 Atomic Cntr

Sparks Rd

Durban

4091

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.836428

30.984141

612 Randles Rd

3 Aslam Heights

Randles Rd

Durban

4091

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.826583

30.982814

52 St Andrews Dve

6 St Andrews Hse

St Andrews Dve

Durban North

4051

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.778105

31.044159

35 Holmpark Plce

Holmpark Plce

Durban

4016

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.792386

31.044272

41 Mackeurtan Av

Mackeurtan Av

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.776632

31.04557

Optometrists – Supplementary Dispensers

An optometrist is a person that helps you correct your vision. However the optometrist will require the help of an optician, who is the technical person that designs, fits and dispenses the kind of corrective lenses you may need. The field of Optometry is regulated, licensed and registered under the healthcare profession and is bound by the constitution of the Professional Board for Optometry and Dispensing Opticians.

It is the opticians function to determine the specifications of various ophthalmic appliances. Corrective ophthalmic appliances include contact lenses, spectacles lenses, low vision aids or ophthalmic prosthetics. These appliances are designed to assist people who are regarded as partially sighted. The required device can be placed onto the eye, such as contact lenses, or be inserted into a frame as in the case of spectacles. Along with these corrective devices, the need for supplementary items like sterilisation liquids, or cleaning clots for your spectacles are just as necessary as the devices themselves. Branded names in the production of such supplementary requirements are well known in the industry. They develop these products after years of testing, and many a times in conjunction with both the optometrist and the optician.

However, from 2014 onwards, those wishing to practice as dispensing opticians will require a Bachelor degree in optometry. The traditional qualification of a Bachelor of Technology degree will no longer be accepted. Dispensing opticians will also have to serve community service and write a Board examination. For more information on qualified and registered supplementary optical dispensers you should visit the yellow pages website.

 

Optometrists – Supplementary Dispensers

An optometrist is a person that helps you correct your vision. However the optometrist will require the help of an optician, who is the technical person that designs, fits and dispenses the kind of corrective lenses you may need. The field of Optometry is regulated, licensed and registered under the healthcare profession and is bound by the constitution of the Professional Board for Optometry and Dispensing Opticians.

It is the opticians function to determine the specifications of various ophthalmic appliances. Corrective ophthalmic appliances include contact lenses, spectacles lenses, low vision aids or ophthalmic prosthetics. These appliances are designed to assist people who are regarded as partially sighted. The required device can be placed onto the eye, such as contact lenses, or be inserted into a frame as in the case of spectacles. Along with these corrective devices, the need for supplementary items like sterilisation liquids, or cleaning clots for your spectacles are just as necessary as the devices themselves. Branded names in the production of such supplementary requirements are well known in the industry. They develop these products after years of testing, and many a times in conjunction with both the optometrist and the optician.

However, from 2014 onwards, those wishing to practice as dispensing opticians will require a Bachelor degree in optometry. The traditional qualification of a Bachelor of Technology degree will no longer be accepted. Dispensing opticians will also have to serve community service and write a Board examination. For more information on qualified and registered supplementary optical dispensers you should visit the yellow pages website.

 
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