May 2010


Differences in Deep Lamellar Keratoplasties

With all the surgical options for corneal diseases, how do surgeons choose the right procedure for each patient?

The Dollars and 'Sense' of a Contact Lens Practice

With increased overhead and staff costs, how do you keep your contact lens practice lucrative?

Standards of Contact Lens and Case Hygiene

What have we learned? What do we still need to learn? And, where do we go from here?

Antibiotics and the Ocular Surface

How do you maximize ocular surface health and integrity through the effective use of current and next-generation antibiotics?

The Role of Topical NSAIDs in Pain Management

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs serve as a safe and effective tool in the management of various ocular conditions.


Derail Dropouts

How Old Is Too Old for Contact Lenses?

Patients who thought they were “too old” for lenses can take advantage of new lens materials and designs that allow them to successfully continue—or begin—lens wear.


ARVO Explores Nanotechnology

This small-scale technology continues to demonstrate possible big benefits.

Gas-Permeable Strategies

How to Fit Translating Multifocals

Set the stage for translating multifocal GP correction with contact lenses, and be ready to troubleshoot challenging cases.

Naked Eye

Know Your Adenovirus

Recognizing adenovirus early is necessary in order to properly protect your patients and yourself.


Out of the Box

A New Take on Your Business

Bringing in a non-clinical intern may be just what your practice needs.

What's the Solution?