Navigating the Scleral Lens Maze

Here’s how to avoid these common mistakes and complications and work through them when they occur.

Contact Lens Wear and Its Disruption of the Tear Film

A better understanding of the intricacies of this relationship can help put patients’ discomfort and other issues into better context.

The Mystique of Conjunctivochalasis

Be vigilant when examining the entire ocular surface to avoid confusion.

Four Contact Lens Complications to Combat

Any one of these could cause significant visual problems, so do your best to be proactive to prevent further damage.

A Systematic Approach to Solving Contact Lens DiscomfortC.E.

Comfort may be the number one factor in achieving a successful, long-lasting contact lens fit. Take a stepwise approach when comfort can’t be found.

Post-cataract Surgery Inflammation: a Toxin or a Bug?

Although rare, TASS and endophthalmitis are possible complications, and clinicians must be able to recognizing the difference.

Singing the Blues

A patient’s complicated ocular history results in an anterior staphyloma, leaving him few treatment options.

A Bump in the Road

Superficial granuloma need not contraindicate scleral lens wear—just design around it.

Your Corneal Infection Care Questions—Answered

Here’s how you can overcome your top three microbial keratitis challenges.

Shape Shifter

If you see a ‘squiggle’ on the endothelium, what’s your first suspicion?