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Hand in Hand: A Thriving Dry Eye Practice and Boutique Optical

Mei Fleming, OD, started her practice with two things in mind. “First, I wanted the practice to reflect the highest standards of achieving optimal ocular health. From day one, I not only provided annual exams and performed routine screenings, but I also managed ocular disease and offered complete care for dry eye disease,” she says.

“Second, because I wanted my patients to see clearly and be passionate about their eyeglasses, I created a unique boutique that offers eyewear my patients feel enthusiastic about wearing every day. A sign on my wall reads, ‘See better than 20/20 in style.'” Read more here.

 

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