August 15, 2016


Annual Contact Lens Report

Determining Multifocal Parameters for a Better Fit

Improve multifocal success by selecting the best design for your patient.

Multifocal Sales: Opportunity is Near

With new modalities, materials and designs, don’t bypass this practice-building correction for your presbyopes.

Priorities for Presbyopes: Maintain Comfort and Continuity

Patients are highly motivated to succeed. Don’t let them go home disappointed.

Use Education and Empathy to Connect with Presbyopes

Focusing on visual system changes and setting realistic expectations can empower patients to succeed in multifocal lenses.



When Isn’t it Allergy Season?

You know it’s in full force when a patient recommends you take OTC ketotifen drops BID OU.

Coding Connection

Look Beneath the Lens

Distinguishing between refractive error and ocular compromise is the key to CL—and billing—success.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Getting Back in Shape

Practitioners faced with lens flexure should take note of how to solve the problem.

Diagnostic Quiz

The Red Menace

A patient presents with a growth in her right eye after strabismus surgery.

News Review

News Review

Contact lens wear | Optometry Education | Vision Exams | Crosslinking

Ocular Surface Review

Say Hii to Xiidra

The first new DED drug in more than 13 years is finally here. How does it work and what are the potential implications for optometry?


Second Chances

Your practice should be filled with multifocal patients by now. Take heart: it still can be.

Retina Quiz

He Never Saw It Coming

A 35-year-old patient woke up without vision in one eye. Can you identify why?

Surgical Minute

Two is Better Than One

A new device, the Kahook Dual Blade, could improve IOP lowering and safety in MIGS.

Urgent Care

Combating Bacterial Keratitis

You can neutralize these sight-threatening infections with prompt diagnosis and aggressive therapy.