[op-tish-uh n] /ɒpˈtɪʃ ən/
a person who makes or sells eyeglasses and, usually, contact lenses, for remedying defects of vision in accordance with the prescriptions of ophthalmologists and optometrists.
a maker or seller of optical glass and instruments.
1680s, after French opticien “maker or seller of optical instruments;” see optic + -ian.
optician op·ti·cian (ŏp-tĭsh’ən)
A person who practices opticianry.
opticianry op·ti·cian·ry (ŏp-tĭsh’ən-rē) n. The professional practice of filling prescriptions for ophthalmic lenses, dispensing eyeglasses, and fitting contact lenses.
[op-tuh-sist] /ˈɒp tə sɪst/ noun, Now Rare. 1. a person engaged in the fields of theoretical or applied .
- Optic keratoplasty
optic keratoplasty n. Surgical transplantation of transparent corneal tissue to replace tissue that impaired vision, such as that of a leukoma or scar.
- Optic lobe
optic lobe n. Either of two lobes of the dorsal mesencephalon, containing primary visual centers.