Managing occasional allergy symptoms is just as important as alleviating persistent problems in preventing contact lens dropout.
Here’s how an everyday rubber band will make your patients better contact lens wearers—and increase practice profits.
Prescribing contact lenses to children requires a vastly different approach compared to adults. Here are some things to keep in mind.
Here's a snapshot of what is happening in the industry.
The ISO recently announced a new method to assess the safety of contact lens products. Will the FDA follow suit?
How well do you know this common contact lens complication?
"Industry norms" are at best a distraction, at worst an irresponsible way to set goals.
Here is a snapshot of what's happening in the industry
Many patients abandon contact lenses at the onset of presbyopia due to the reduced quality of vision. Here's how to achieve the best vision possible and keep them wearing contact lenses.
Presbyopes can be apprehensive about moving to multifocal contact lenses. How should you address their concerns?
Electronic device use is growing exponentially. Are you taking this into account when discussing contact lenses?
With a myriad of multifocals at our disposal, just about everyone is a good candidate for presbyopia correction of some kind.
Here's why learning to let go is one secret to a successful practice.
Watch out for third-party contact lens sellers attempting to gain your patients' business.
New and noteworthy advances for practicing clinicians.
The CDC offers a helping hand to eye care practitioners. Let's take it!
Commonly discouraged in cases of eye irritation, contact lenses can sometimes provide relief to patients with ocular surface disease.
Could FDA contact lens solution testing procedures introduced earlier this year help curb future Acanthamoeba
Here is a snapshot of what is happening in the industry.
Real-life cases offer proof that this modality can relieve symptoms of ocular dryness.
Reignite your contact lens practice by offering a new way to improve patients' appearance and you'll motivate them to stay with lens wear.
A number of barriers can prevent presbyopes from experiencing comfortable lens wear. Fortunately, some new lens options may be able to change that.
Understanding who your real competitors are—and perhaps even working in cooperation with them—will dramatically improve your contact lens practice.
Corneal topographers are great diagnostic tools for contact lens specialists—if you know how to use them. Here are several key points.