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Synonyms for optician

a worker who makes glasses for remedying defects of vision

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"Here at The BIG Optician we have created a very relaxed, contemporary environment for our clients.
Sheryl Doe at Allegro has been named as a finalist in the Dispensing Optician of the Year category at the Opticians Awards, a national competition run by Optician magazine.
The Kodak Lens Vision Centre optician has raised pounds 3,000.
Plans are in place to introduce a graduate optometrist from September 2020 and increase the optician's patient base by expanding into the practice's second room.
Mincher Lockett & Co won UK Fashion Practice of the Year 2019 at this year's Optician Awards, Practice of the Year at the Optical Success Academy Awards in 2016 and also a Shropshire Business Award in 2017 for Outstanding Customer Service.
I agree with Nick Rumney on the potential problems that could arise should the Optician's Act be revised (OT April 2019, page 39-40).
DUNCAN and Todd has become Scotland's largest independent optician after taking over nine Black & Lizars branches.
Last Saturday, Sheryl Doe, dispensing optician at Allegro Optical, was crowned National Dispensing Optician of the Year.
ophthalmic visits are purchased for students under 8 years of age and 8 to 16 years of age are primarily directed to the optician and, if necessary, to the ophthalmologist.
So it is important to tackle the problem right away with the help of a certified optician.
Commenting on the opening, Paul Clegg, the optician manager leading the team at M&S Manchester, said: "We're thrilled to finally launch what we hope will be the next chapter in M&S' long history of serving British shoppers.
A LOUGHBOROUGH opticians is celebrating after winning the prestigious Contact Lens Practice of the Year category in the annual Optician Awards.
AN OPTICIAN, AS DESCRIBED BY THE OPTICIANS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (OAA), IS "A HEALTH professional specially trained to supply, prepare and dispense optical appliances through interpretation of written prescriptions." Opticians adapt and fit corrective eyewear or vision aids, as prescribed by doctors (such as ophthalmologists or optometrists).
AN optician who donated PS1,000 to the mayor's charity fund has been praised.