Naked Eye

It’s That Time of Year Again

A diligent eye exam and the availability of new lenses will help you keep patients in their contact lenses this allergy season.

Seeing the Future of Ocular Imaging

The latest imaging technology can help eye care practitioners better assess and treat corneal complications.

A Preemptive Strike

Open communication with your patients can help to alleviate complications surrounding dry eye and contact lenses, such as dropouts.

Pre-Surgical Steps for Your Patient

By addressing ocular surface disease in pre-operative patients, you can pave the way for a smooth surgery.

AK: Let’s Shift the Blame

Acanthamoeba keratitis is not limited to contact lens wear.

The Other Side of the Lens

Practitioners should keep tabs on new contact lens innovation such as drug delivery.

Treating the Problem: Fungal Keratitis

Stay up-to-date on the current treatment regimens and future therapies for fungal keratitis infection.

Fungal Keratitis: The Lessons Learned

Eye care practitioners should be able to quickly identify and treat keratitis outbreaks in their patients.

In the Blink of an Eye

Although not often researched, studying blinks can serve as an important diagnostic tool for eye care practitioners.

A New Discovery: H4

New research on the H4 histamine can help practitioners better treat ocular allergies.