So, it is important that we are matching our patients’ lifestyles to the product that we have available to them and educating the patient in regards to whether or not multiple pairs will be required to fulfill those needs.
As we know and understand that an everyday progressive lens may not be the solution for that quilting party that Mrs. Smith would be attending. So, it's important that we offer those options for her, have her understand the benefits to having more than one pair, and continuing just that education.
In the end, it really is up to our patients to decide what they want to purchase. We are not going to decide that for them. We are just going to educate them on what those options are and allow them to make the final decision in regards to what they're going to be purchasing today.