CE Test Questions
The In-Office Edging Dilemma: The Dollars & Sense of in Office Lens Finishing

Exam Questions
1. In office finishing includes all the following except:

    A. Lens Drilling
    B. Lens Edging
    C. Lens Surfacing
    D. Lens grooving
2. A simple finishing lab requires a recommended ______ square feet of space.

    A. 10 ft2
    B. 100 ft2
    C. 10 meters
    D. 6 feet
3. Adding in-office edging can

    A. Improve the competitive service advantage
    B. Increase patient satisfaction
    C. Save staff time
    D. All of the above
4. A unique characteristic of in-office edging is

    A. Produce lens shapes only as frame shapes
    B. Increase lens costs
    C. Do personalized lens shapes in rimless
    D. All of the above
5. Controlling bevel edge shape and position

    A. Improves overall eyewear cosmetics
    B. Helps with lens retention
    C. Allows the edging Rx lenses for wrap frames
    D. All of the above
6. Modern frame tracers are capable of all of the following except

    A. Frame size and shape
    B. Frame curvature
    C. Required lens thickness
    D. Bevel angle
7. If you do your own edging, a __________________ plan is required.

    A. Impact compliance testing
    B. Minimum thickness
    C. UL rating
    D. ANSI certification
8. A 5 year lease, 10% buyout usually costs about

    A. $200/month per $100 cost
    B. $20/month per $1000 cost
    C. $10/month per $1000 cost
    D. $100/month per $100 cost
9. Increasing the reading area, using a Blocker's shape editor, for a grooved rimless frame

    A. Increases the B measurement
    B. Decreases the B measurement
    C. Increases the A measurement
    D. Decreases the A measurement
10. To edge lenses for a plastic wrap frame, use an edger that can ____________ the bevel angle.

    A. Flatten
    B. Steepen
    C. Widened
    D. Move the bevel to the back surface
11. Grooving options on modern edgers allow

    A. Partial groove
    B. Different groove position front to back
    C. Different groove angle by base curve
    D. All of the above
12. The cost of an edging system includes all of the following except

    A. An edger, blocker and hand stone
    B. A service agreement
    C. A manual lensometer
    D. 5 year budget plan for upgrades and maintenance
13. In-office edging requires a dedicated operator

    A. Always
    B. Sometimes
    C. Depends on volume
    D. Never
14. All are the following are important skills for in-office edging except

    A. Attention to detail
    B. Skill level - average
    C. Degree in math
    D. Willingness to try something new
15. Fast service requires

    A. A more expensive edger
    B. Lens inventories
    C. Lab or stock house account
    D. b and c only
16. The noise from edging machines require

    A. A closed and separate room
    B. Consideration for the dispensary's location
    C. A fume hood
    D. Earplugs for patients
17. The smell of high index

    A. Is dangerous and requires special ventilators
    B. Is somewhat “smelly” but is not dangerous
    C. Prevents in-office edging of high index lenses
    D. All of the above
18. What lab bill supported the consideration of in-office edging for an office previously using their lab only?

    A. $1000/month
    B. $2000/month
    C. $3000/month
    D. $5000/month
19. Personalized eyewear shapes, tested in similar Rx SV lenses, confirmed and then created with the patient's Rx

    A. Demonstrate a special set of skills
    B. Promote personalized services
    C. Help differentiate a practice
    D. All of the above
20. Automatic blockers can do all of the following except

    A. Deblock lenses
    B. Read lens power
    C. Recognize segments of progressive ink markings
    D. The lens optical center

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?

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    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
24. How were you directed to this course?

    A. 2020mag.com
    B. OAA Website
    C. NYSSO Website
    D. Ohio Opticians Website
    E. Other
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