Recommended Optical Labs

A great optical lab is a key component of an optometry practice. It enables optometrist to provide high-quality care to their patients and to deliver the devices and lenses to improve their vision and eye health, which can lead to increased productivity and higher revenue for any practice. So we are excited to partner with these labs to give our member the best deal out there!

Optical Lab

GSRX Optical


GSRx is the only value-engineered lens and coating expert that gives progressive, independent optometrists liberation from overpriced suppliers. 

As a partner of GSRx through ODs on Finance, you’ll have access to

  • ✅ Savings of up to 40% on premium products:  All-in-one pricing across all materials with the aura™ portfolio of ultra-premium, free-form lenses with epik™ ND4™ pupil-optimized correction technology.
  • ✅ Superior product technology:  Premium lens, coating, and material technology with no hidden charges for things like power or prism.
  • ✅ The best team on the planet:  Experienced Customer Service and Partner Advancement teams located in the lab, dedicated reps in the field, and access to owners. 
  • ✅ Exclusive offers:  Rebates on all products including VSP; and, incentives for uncut accounts. 
  • ✅ And so much more! 

📧 Contact:  Keith Posin, President  |  kposin@gsrx.com  |  (800) 833-4779

🖥 Schedule a Free Consult Online Today

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