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After her 2008 graduation from the Southern California College of Optometry, Jennifer Wademan, OD, moved back to northern California and started working part-time in three offices.
Curved details can be incorporated in a number of ways, as shown in the offices featured here: from wall accents, to front desks and beyond.
Amina Ebrahim, OD, started working in an optometry office at the age of 16 to see if it was a good fit after a career aptitude test matched her love of numbers and logic to optometry.
Ana Vargas, OD, was working as an associate OD at L A Optometrique in Sherman Oaks, California, for about five years when the owners offered her the opportunity to buy the office.
Heavin Maier, OD, says that she saw potential for the future in the Spokane, Washington, strip mall where she founded Eyes for Life in 2005.
When disaster strikes, it can leave the most prepared business owner feeling vulnerable and worried about his or her business, employees and patients.
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