Eyeglasses are one of the foundational building blocks in any eye care business. After a refraction, patients can turn their prescriptions into distance glasses, readers, progressives, sunglasses, and more. In that prescription, the combination of sphere, cylindrical power, axes, and prism have to be precise for in order for the patient to see properly and misjudging a lens by so much as a millimeter can create problems. Improperly dispensed lenses can leave patients complaining of blur, headaches, and even nausea. Likewise, being able to read a patient’s current glasses prescription before refraction allows the physician to gain valuable insight about what that patient had been able to tolerate in a lens previously. Having the proper lensmeter in your office available for dispensing opticians, glasses checks, and for use to check prescriptions prior to refractions is can be a time saver, money saver, and practice saver. Eyecare businesses with an optical suite equipped with dispensing opticians have opticians for manual lensmeters for the most accurate glasses readings. Smaller offices or those without an optician on site may fair better with an automated lensmeter for faster, precise reading. Our automated lensmeters offer intuitive LCD touch screen interfaces for simple yet fast lens readings and have sensors and settings to read even the most complex astigmatism correction or compound prism. Portable lensmeters are available for small offices where saving pace and the office budget is essential. No matter if your preferences for in house lensmeters are manual or automated, the experts at US Ophthalmic can guide you to the right purchasing decisions based on the requirements of your office and your patients’ needs. As one of the largest distributors of medical and ophthalmic equipment throughout the US and North, Central, and South Americas, US Ophthalmic has everything our office your optical center needs.