COLORIMETRY

THIS TECHNOLOGY CAN PROMPTLY AND EASILY ALLEVIATE CONDITIONS THAT CAUSE A MAJOR DISADVANTAGE TO MANY PEOPLE.

Intuitive Colorimeter

This instrument was developed by Professor Arnold Wilkins and the Medical Research Council and manufactured exclusively by CVT.

It is used under the direction of our Optometrist to logically and sequentially explore colour space to find the optimal Precision Tint for the relief of perceptual distortions in Visual Stress.

Visual Stress refers to reading difficulties, light sensitivity and headaches from exposure to disturbing visual patterns.

The instrument independently changes the three parameters of colour, hue, saturation and brightness while the eyes are colour adapted. This will give a final colour which is extremely precise to each individuals needs.

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The outcome will differ for each customer with absolute precision coming from more than 100,000 colour combinations.

The colour tint is selected quickly and efficiently in an examination lasting about 20-30 minutes carried out by our specialised practitioner.

The optimal, most beneficial colour for each individual can change over time, especially with children. It is therefore very important that the patient re-visits Kenyon’s Opticians regularly for re-evaluations.

Cerium Precision Tinted Lenses

Each colour selected using the Intuitive Colorimeter is reproduced exactly in laboratory conditions. The lenses used are a safe plastic material and any refractive correction can be incorporated in the lens.

Lenses are dyed to a degree of accuracy beyond that commonly found in Ophthalmic tinting.

Colorimetry examinations are not funded by the NHS and are not reccommended for children below 8 years of age.

Call us to discuss the procedure in more specific and individual detail.

What’s the difference between an ophthalmic optician and a dispensing optician? .
Just like an #ophthalmicoptician (#optometrist) a #dispensingoptician is registered with General Optician Council (GOC) which keeps a list of all registered opticians.
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@kenyon_opticians owners Fay and Graham are also registered with Association of British Dispensing Opticians which allows them to use the initials FBDO after their names. In order to remain registered all opticians are required to continue their education through lectures and online study.
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So what are dispensing opticians trained to do?
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✔️interpret a prescription from an optometrist or ophthalmologist
✔️dispense and fit specs and other optician aids.Whilst you’re trying on our fabulous frames we’re considering how your prescription lenses will look in every frame you try.
✔️take facial and frame measurements to ensure a correct fit AND lens positioning. Lens position can make a HUGE difference to how you see through your specs.
✔️dispense and supervise the dispensing of children under the age of 16
✔️advise on specialist lenses and tints for shooting, fishing, cycling, golf, sailing, infact all kinds of sporting activities.
✔️ordering lenses from prescription laboratories and checking the lenses meet the correct specifications on return
✔️advise partially sighted patients on the use of low visual aids
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We also repair specs (Graham has been called a magician on many an occasion when broken specs are brought in looking terminal!), adjust specs, advise on minor eye conditions, no two days are the same.
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So whatever your query, call in for a chat, we’re happy to help, whether it’s to refresh your look or take care of your eyes [👉 link in bio]
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What’s the difference between an ophthalmic optician and a dispensing optician? . Just like an #ophthalmicoptician (#optometrist) a #dispensingoptician is registered with General Optician Council (GOC) which keeps a list of all registered opticians. . @kenyon_opticians owners Fay and Graham are also registered with Association of British Dispensing Opticians which allows them to use the initials FBDO after their names. In order to remain registered all opticians are required to continue their education through lectures and online study. . So what are dispensing opticians trained to do? . ✔️interpret a prescription from an optometrist or ophthalmologist ✔️dispense and fit specs and other optician aids.Whilst you’re trying on our fabulous frames we’re considering how your prescription lenses will look in every frame you try. ✔️take facial and frame measurements to ensure a correct fit AND lens positioning. Lens position can make a HUGE difference to how you see through your specs. ✔️dispense and supervise the dispensing of children under the age of 16 ✔️advise on specialist lenses and tints for shooting, fishing, cycling, golf, sailing, infact all kinds of sporting activities. ✔️ordering lenses from prescription laboratories and checking the lenses meet the correct specifications on return ✔️advise partially sighted patients on the use of low visual aids . We also repair specs (Graham has been called a magician on many an occasion when broken specs are brought in looking terminal!), adjust specs, advise on minor eye conditions, no two days are the same. . So whatever your query, call in for a chat, we’re happy to help, whether it’s to refresh your look or take care of your eyes [👉 link in bio] . #opticianlife #takecareofyoureyes #kenyonopticians #bingley #eyewear #opticians #bingleyopticians #bio #linkinbio #comesayhi #warmwelcome #takecareofyoureyes #independentbusiness #independentopticians #dispensingopticians #dispensingoptician #fbdo #bingleygram #alleyesonmilan #quality #dedication