Lenses / Tecnology

 On the past 23rd of April of this year, in the Carlos Klemprer auditorium of the “Centro Médico Docente La Trinidad” of Caracas, the first ever symposium on Optometry, Integrative Clinics, and Primary Care; this initiative was promoted by the ophthalmology department of said health center, alongside the Knowledge Extension Center,  their educational branch.

This event had the participation of recognized specialists in the optometry and ophthalmology fields, like the optometrist Néstor Linares, optometrist Édgar Pérez, Dr. Betty Romero, among others, all coordinated by the optometrist Johana Collazo, who was in charge of the inauguration of the event and the opening speech.

 Throughout the symposium, many topics of grand importance and value for today’s optics industry were discussed, however there was one presentation that managed to haul in all the attention and comments because of a simple message: “Having a sewing machine doesn’t make you Ángel Sánchez”, analogy used by the optometrist Jacobo Moreno to highlight that it is not because some laboratories possess high tech machines that allow them to make “works of art for their patient’s eyes”, differentiating digital carving from high tech lenses.

FFTech, the most advanced optics lab in Latin America and pioneer of Free Form Technology in Venezuela, was present at this grand event mingling with the professionals that have come together at this symposium, reminding them of said fact by immortalizing these moments of learning, comradery, and friendship between members of the optics industry with photos supported by Rodenstock and Liberty lenses, which where gifted to each assistant.

That is how FFTech, hand in hand with national optics union, supports development and bets on the country

FFTech, European optical technology, made in Venezuela

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