Assessing corneal shape and integrity can be tricky, but the right tools can make all the difference when diagnosing corneal disease.
This simple alternative provides added benefits.
Here’s an in-depth look at the wide range of options now available.
Understanding the history of corneal anomalies and where they occur are important steps in preventing long-term complications.
New colored contact lens modalities and expanded technologies offer opportunities for both patient care and practice growth.
Differentiating the various etiologies can be difficult, but with the right training and diagnostic tools, you can find the right diagnosis and manage the patient accordingly.
These practice pearls aid in myopia management, including avoiding onset and slowing progression in patients of all ages.
Don’t let misconceptions stop you from using this treatment modality that can provide a huge benefit to patients with myopia.
From infancy to adolescence, contact lenses prove a viable and beneficial treatment option for a range of conditions.
Steady growth in the prevalence of this deceptively simple condition will expose half the world’s population to visual impairment. Here’s what to expect and what we should do.
Toric lenses can expand myopia management to include patients with astigmatism.
Let’s gain some perspective on the components, modalities and methodology of dry eye.
The simplest option is often the best solution.
Fitting toric lenses has become increasingly straightforward and now presents a viable option for myriad contact lens wearers.
Irregular cornea patients in particular can enjoy the many benefits that accompany fitting scleral lenses.
To understand and treat this common lid condition, make sure you’re clear on its many different presentations.
Keep these conditions in mind to prevent or rectify potential obstacles to a successful fit.
Despite the procedure’s popularity, some issues still remain. How should you address them?
Does a relatively new phenomenon help explain contact lens discomfort?
Which came first, the dysfunction or the discomfort? Researchers aren’t sure, but clinicians need to manage them simultaneously.
Resistant bacterial strains challenge eye doctors to be judicious in treatment. Here are several key trends to heed when setting a regimen.
When a patient at risk presents, how do you keep them free of problems?
Point-of-care tests and advanced diagnostic imaging are helping doctors tackle it faster and more precisely than ever before.
An expert weighs in on new ideas in the field of cornea and contact lens care.