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Look Out for Iatrogenic Dry Eye

This article discusses new findings in iatrogenic dry eye and how you can use them to better serve your patients.

Making the Diagnosis with the TFOS DEWS II

Here’s how the report’s definition, classification system and diagnostic algorithm for dry eye can be used in your practice.

The Tear Film: More Complex Than You May Realize

What we once considered a three-part structure really has two highly interdependent layers in tenous balance, vulnerable to osmolarity and inflammatory changes.

Contact Lens Care: Advice from an Expert

As we look to the future of contact lens safety, it’s important to remember our past and how it shaped our present.

Contact Lens-associated Red Eye: Causes and ...

These cases can be challenging, but they don’t always have to be.

Keratoprosthesis: When Standard Transplants Fail

Here’s what you need to know about this specialized procedure for treating blinding corneal disease when traditional therapies don’t work.

Combining Optics and Comfort: Piggyback and ...

Although scleral lenses are the new trend, some patients might do better with piggybacking and hybrid contact lenses to improve vision and comfort and maintain ...

Expand Your Horizons: Think GPs for Presbyopes

This article reviews multifocal GP lens designs, including new hybrid and scleral multifocal options, and how to best incorporate them in everyday optometric ...

Sclerals & GPs: How to Build a Better Lens ...

Scleral and gas permeable contact lenses have opened up a new realm of possibilities to provide patients with improved vision correction and relief for ...
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Coping with Contact Lens Discomfort

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Breaching the Border

A 47-year-old male presented with a red, irritated left eye ...
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MK: A Stealthy Opponent

Differentiating microbial keratitis isn’t always ...
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The Tear Film: More Complex Than You May Realize

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The Clinical Implications of DEWS II

This past July, TFOS released the second DEWS report (DEWS ...
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Sclerals: A Blueprint for Beginners

Not only have scleral lenses altered the landscape of ...
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