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I've got some interesting announcements in this eNewsletter, pertaining to our holiday schedule and a new bifocal contact lens.  Read on for more info.....

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Holiday Hours

As always, the office will be closed on Thanksgiving and the next day.  This is to allow my staff and their families ample time to spend together (and to shop on Friday no doubt!).  

However, we're going to do something different this year in December.  I'm closing the office between Christmas Eve and New Year's Day.  I will be seeing patients through December 23rd, and the office will be closed until 8:45am on January 2nd.  


I have made this decision for a whole host of reasons, one of which is the fact that with the holidays falling as they do, we won't have much patient contact time then anyway.  


We will be putting reminders about this into our billing statements starting in mid November.  If you have vision care benefits or flex account funds that you need to use by the end of the year, please plan accordingly.


I will of course be available to handle any ocular emergencies that come up during that time, just call the office on our regular line and you will be directed or connected to me.

PureVision 2 For Presbyopia
I've had very good success with the PureVision Multifocal lens the last several years.  Bausch and Lomb has recently updated the lens, and so far patients are really appreciating the improvements.

The lens is made from a slightly softer and more supple material which has improved its on the eye comfort.  This is the same material that the PureVision 2 HD single vision lens and the PureVision2 For Astigmatism lens has used for awhile now.

The optics in the lens have also been updated to provide for a better near to distance power change across all of the available powers that the lens is made in.  I anticipate most of my current PureVision Multifocal patients to will upgrade to the newer lens and I'm having great success with new patients and with patients who have been less than satisfied with other multifocal soft contact lenses.

To find out if this new lens is an option for you, either ask specifically during your next appointment, or drop me an email at drwarren@warreneyecarecenter.com and I'll review your data and get back to you!
I hope that you find our Patient Newsletter informative and interesting.  Please don't hesitate to contact the office or myself at any time!


John Warren, OD