- adj. Of or pertaining to optometry
“And they cover dental, optometric, and behavioral and sometimes with no co-pay and no deductible.”
“I worked in London for over twelve years and used their emergency, general, dental, and optometric quite a bit.”
“Greg Marrow, an optometric physician in McGaheysville, Va., knows what it's like to run on a treadmill with eyes fixed on the horizon.”
“We are a holistic based optometric practice dedicated to the highest quliaty [sic] vision car [sic] for your entire family.”
“Imagine, if you will, the typical eye exam:someone peering into your eyes, reading off itty bitty script projected on the wall and joy of joys, and enduring the contraption optometric masochists somewhere devised in order to make the patient testing the potential new diopter combination look like an escapee from gawky clown school.”
“Research supports the provision of prenatal care for all pregnant women and preventive and routine pediatric, dental, and optometric care for all infants, toddlers, and schoolchildren, in order to minimize the extent to which health problems become obstacles to success in school.”
“Gary and I really psyched about this; we both have horrible eyes, but it turns out that the snorkle place has optometric masks.”
“Plans are being made and demanded by the Foreign Secretary and, for some reason, the Chancellor of the Exchequer to introduce EU-wide optometric documents that are far beyond anything in use anywhere in the world.”
“They included optometric refracting instruments, an early 1920's General Electric, portable, x-ray machine, the Charles”
“Mr. Rogovin moved to Buffalo in 1938 and opened his own optometric office on Chippewa”
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