GPs and Sclerals

Four Troubleshooting Pearls For Scleral Lens Success

Early training can help scleral patients avoid lens wetting issues, midday fogging and other common problems that can lead to dropout.
11/15/2020

Go Deeper With Annual Evaluations

There might be something going on beneath the patient’s claim of feeling fine.
11/15/2020

Let’s Talk About Labs

Ask yourself if your current relationship with your labs meets your needs.
09/15/2020

Material Management in a Scleral Society

Have a comprehensive understanding of all your options prior to beginning the fitting process.
09/15/2020

Irregular Corneas Meet Their Match With GP Lenses

This modality can provide solutions and improve vision in these unique cases.
05/15/2020

Soft or Scleral Lenses for Dry Eye Patients?

Determine the best option that treats your patient’s symptoms and expectations.
05/15/2020

The How and Why of Contact Lens DepositsC.E.

Optometrists need a comprehensive understanding of this complication to help patients avoid it.
05/15/2020

Fixing Ocular Surface Impediments

Corneal staining and lens non-wetting are common complications that refitting and proper hygiene education can help resolve.
05/15/2020

Embrace the Oddballs

Better serving your more difficult cases will prove to be highly beneficial.
05/15/2020

Presbyopia: Knowing is Half the Battle

Many of these patients require some type of refractive correction but aren’t even aware of their contact lens options.
03/15/2020