Brett M. Paepke, OD

I like the accuracy and comprehensive nature of the data I receive from the XFRACTION process. When I enter the examination room, the results are on my screen. At a quick glance, I have a feel for what the patient’s optical path looks and what his best corrected vision should be. I can effortlessly and immediately show the patient differences between his habitual correction and today’s refractive result, which allows for an easier justification of the investment in new eyeglasses. Considering the time needed for printing and transcribing the data, I estimate I’m saving 3 to 5 minutes per encounter. That’s significant found time each day.