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Artificial Tears: Looking Beneath the Surface 2/15/2016

These seemingly simple drops are more complex than you think. Do you know what's in them?
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Forward Thinking: Where Can New Lenses Lead Your Practice? 2/15/2016

From sclerals to daily disposables and tinted lenses, new designs can add to your practice if you're willing to change your mindset.
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Putting it On the Map: Fitting Rigid Lenses Using Corneal Topography 2/15/2016

Familiarizing yourself with corneal mapping can lead to more success with your GP contact lens patients.
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Reality Check: How FDA Testing Falls Short 2/15/2016

Outdated FDA protocols don't account for real-world usage, newer lens materials and virulent organisms. Proposed updates could bring big changes.

The GP Experts

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Good Chemistry 2/15/2016

Are you up to date on pairing GP lenses and solutions? Here's a look at what makes a perfect match.

Practice Progress

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Solution Savers 2/15/2016

Lens care can make or break the contact lens experience for patients. Here's how to tip the odds in favor of success.

Pharma Science & Practice

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Dextenza on Deck 2/15/2016

Could the latest approach to steroid therapy conquer noncompliance once and for all?

Out of the Box

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What's in a Name? 2/15/2016

Even the smallest changes in how your staff members present themselves to patients can have the biggest impact.


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Corneal Diameter Affects Postoperative Astigmatism 2/15/2016

Researchers indicate a new factor to consider prior to surgery.
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In Brief 2/15/2016

Here's a snapshot of what's happening in the industry.
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Lipid-binding Differences Noted 2/15/2016

Cholesterol deposition could affect contact lens wear.

My Perspective

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This Year, Strive to Avoid Stress 2/15/2016

If you are like most of us, decreasing tension in 2016 is a laudable New Years' resolution.

Corneal Consult

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The Case of the Finicky Fungus 2/15/2016

Treating with antibacterial drugs can be tempting when presented with an acute infection. First make sure the agent matches the organism.
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