Soft Lenses

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

Multifocal Optics Explored

Recent research may give insight on how to better implement these lenses for presbyopic patients.
03/15/2020

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

Blink Mechanics: Why it MattersC.E.

This incredibly important function has huge implications for dry eye and contact lens wear, especially when it goes awry.
02/15/2020

Colored Contacts: More Than a Pretty Eye

These lenses have both therapeutic and prosthetic applications.
02/15/2020

Managing Irregular Corneas With Soft Lenses

Clinical observations will aid in choosing a lens design that offers the appropriate features.
02/15/2020

Contact Lenses for the Compromised Cornea

This modality offers a solution for a handful of different ocular conditions.
02/15/2020

New Contacts, Same Old Mistakes

Besides learning from the consequences, how can patients better understand compliance?
11/15/2019

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.
06/15/2019