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Off on the Right Foot: Preparing the Patient for ...

Are you fitting a first-timer? Keep these tips in mind for a smoother process.

Scleral Lenses in Action: Solving Problems with ...

These lenses are good for more than just the irregular cornea. Five cases illustrate their potential.

Simple Tips for Troubleshooting Sclerals

These lenses can pose unique challenges, especially for newcomers to the modality. Here’s how to improve chances of success.

Managing the Complex Allergic Reaction

Understanding the pathophysiology of ocular allergic responses is paramount to determining optimal therapy. Here's a review.

Understanding Ophthalmic Antihistamines and ...

Experts discuss the complex mechanics of the human allergic reaction.

Double Trouble: When Allergy and Dry Eye Coexist

If one presents hand-in-hand with the other, use these tips to differentiate and resolve.

Scleral Lens Fitting: Once Rare, Now Routine?

As these specialty lenses continue to gain in popularity, should they be adopted for wear in uncomplicated cases as well?

Environmental Considerations: How The World and ...

Keeping in mind potential external factors can help you better regulate your patient’s eye health.

Artificial Tears: Looking Beneath the Surface

These seemingly simple drops are more complex than you think. Do you know what's in them?

Forward Thinking: Where Can New Lenses Lead Your ...

From sclerals to daily disposables and tinted lenses, new designs can add to your practice if you're willing to change your mindset.

Putting it On the Map: Fitting Rigid Lenses Using ...

Familiarizing yourself with corneal mapping can lead to more success with your GP contact lens patients.

Reality Check: How FDA Testing Falls Short

Outdated FDA protocols don't account for real-world usage, newer lens materials and virulent organisms. Proposed updates could bring big changes.
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Scleral Lenses in Action: Solving Problems with Specialty Lenses

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Sclerals: Easy as 1-2-3

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To Do or Not to Do

Start something new or stop doing something old? A ...
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Happy Landings

Incorporating toricity into scleral lens designs may ...
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Ozone, Humidity Shown to Be Factors in Dry Eye Disease

Certain air pollutants may affect the ocular surface.
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Complications from a Corneal Issue

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Scleral Lens Fitting: Once Rare, Now Routine

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Reality Check: How FDA Testing Falls Short

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Reshaping the Outcome: Corneal Astigmatism Correction During Cataract Surgery

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Critical Ocular Measurements to Improve Scleral Lens Fitting

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Doctor, Why Is My Vision Blurry?

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Keeping the Cornea Clear

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Is That Corneal Infiltrate Sterile or Infectious?

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Mastering the Mechanics of Ocular Allergy

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