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A Better Single Vision Solution for Young Eyes: Free ABO CE

image shows two young teens looking at their screens with dotted lines to show how their angle of gaze is very different
Image courtesy of ZEISS shows the “phygital” visual needs should be addressed..

Free ABO CE for opticians

Just as we understand the need for impact-resistant materials to protect young eyes, in this course, A Better Single Vision Solution for Young Eyes, we will learn that kids and teens need single vision lenses designed for their age and evolving “phygital” (combination of physical and digital) visual needs. Read on to learn about a better single vision solution: ZEISS SmartLife Young Single Vision lenses provide this age group with a better single vision solution with a design that optimizes the lens optics to suit their age-based vision needs.

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