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Building a Foundation for a Better Future: ARVO ...

An expert weighs in on new ideas in the field of cornea and contact lens care.

Case Report: Look Before You Judge

The most unique cases sometimes present as the most mundane.

Contact Lens Use After Corneal Crosslinking

An irregular cornea patient presents needing better vision following a corneal stabilization procedure. What do you do?

Fitting Rigid Lenses After Refractive Surgery

Corneal and scleral GP lenses cover the ‘last mile’ for patients who need correction after LASIK and PRK.

Medically Necessary Contact Lenses: Medical Plan ...

Do you know how to work with insurance companies to achieve the biggest bang for your buck?

Unusual Clinical Cases in Orthokeratology

For the right patient, these lenses may be life-changing. Two challenging cases provide insights into the fitting process.

What Corneal Shape Reveals About Corneal Health

Mapping the irregular cornea reveals much about disease status and its amenability to treatment. Here’s a review.

A Vision Correction Roadmap for Keratoconus

Follow along as an expert explains how to get these patients to 20/20.

Bringing Clarity to Keratoconus

Corneal thinning and its effects on vision and eye health remains an extremely complex topic; however, recent consensus reports have helped to answer some of ...

Corneal Crosslinking: Reshaping Keratoconus ...

This long-awaited procedure strengthens collagen bonds to stabilize the cornea. Recent technological advances seek to make the treatment faster and more ...

Surgical Management of Keratoconus: Battle of the ...

Corrective lenses can serve patients well for years, but a lasting solution may require a trip to the OR.

Off on the Right Foot: Preparing the Patient for ...

Are you fitting a first-timer? Keep these tips in mind for a smoother process.
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Fitting Rigid Lenses After Refractive Surgery

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Making the Best of It

Sometimes the situation does not go the best way it can. ...
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Corneal Crosslinking: Its Time Has Come

Though the main treatment for ectasia remains contact lens ...
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Recycling Cyclosporine

New formulations of an old drug may mean better treatments ...
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In Brief

Here's a snapshot of what's happening in the industry.
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Medically Necessary Contact Lenses: Medical Plan or Vision Plan Responsibility?

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April 2016  1.00 Credits

Scleral Lens Fitting: Once Rare, Now Routine

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Reality Check: How FDA Testing Falls Short

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Reshaping the Outcome: Corneal Astigmatism Correction During Cataract Surgery

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Critical Ocular Measurements to Improve Scleral Lens Fitting

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Doctor, Why Is My Vision Blurry?

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Keeping the Cornea Clear

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Is That Corneal Infiltrate Sterile or Infectious?

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Mastering the Mechanics of Ocular Allergy

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