Dr. Avi Zlatin, who has two very successful offices in Scarsdale and NYC wrote to our NYIPA about his very profitable experience with one facet of the NYIPA, VCD Labs. Here is the text from his email so that you can do the same!
Here is an immediate benefit of becoming an owner in the NYIPA that I have experienced.
I started using the VCDlabs for ordering my uncuts. The lab is in beta testing and not fully up and running, however the turn around is still close to one week.
Some background information on what I am comparing them to. I used Essilor Varilux 4S and other Essilor premium lenses for several years with my special Visioffice unit to measure patients. There was never a wow from the patients but instead more complaints. I finally went back to HOYA and solved the problem. When I started testing VCDLABS, I did not notice one vision complaint out of the first 20 jobs. The quality of the AR is great. No crazing, it’s one of the best I have used. I would not say these lenses are better or worse than Hoya but the cost to me is.
Here is an example of my cost for some of the jobs I have done.
- S.V. Resolution Poly with iBlu coat AR: $40.00
- Essilor $122.50 (they do not even have iBlu tech AR)
- I just made $82.5 more on this job with VCDLabs!
- Premium digital progressives 1.67 Trans VI with AR: $181.00
- Essilor $327.50 Vx S 1.67 Trans
- I Just made $146.50 more on this job with VCDLabs!
More VCDLabs pricing:
- Digital S.V. 1.67 with AR: $82.00
My cost of goods has dropped but the quality of the product has not! Use the lab and make back your investment and your dues in 1-2 months. Plus 16% of what you spend is returned to NYIPA to use as they need to run the business or return to the doctors if there is a surplus.
Join today as an owner and start saving. Once the vision plans get started it will further your bottom line.
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