That makes sense. So I am at least entitled to the trial prescription, correct?
She stated that she could not legally release that information to me because the College of Opticians does not allow them to release that information.
Well, at least I am entitled to have a copy of the encounters notes, and things like that.
Because I have had these trial lenses for about a month now, and I think they are starting to deteriorate too much
I think I'll just go back and argue with her. She annoyed me because she kept bringing up the fact that I need to talk to the college of opticians
Ah, so there needs to be a verification of the fitting...
But I paid for the lenses and the visit
... but the optician did say that they had to be properly fitted
I was going through the fitting at the location, was using them for about an hour while I was there...
Cause I've been trying to find a way to convert my eyeglass prescription into a contact lens prescription, but haven't had much success
they fit perfectly fine
and are comfortable
but I would rather listen to the warnings
and wear them for only the required 2 weeks
It's been 2 months
Yes, I've been reading on that
I'm spending a few days just wearing my glasses for now
No, that's the last that I need