May 2012


Ortho-K and Kids: Maximize the Benefits, Minimize the Risk

While not risk free, orthokeratology allows practitioners to offer new treatment options to our young patients.

The Modern RGP Lens Revolution

Large-diameter rigid gas-permeable lenses are the future of contacts.

Technological Advances in Drug Delivery

Contact lenses are becoming an increasingly attractive option for drug delivery in our patients with a variety of ocular disorders.

The Big Bad Bugs of the Cornea Are Getting Worse

The last several decades have seen the evolution of resistant strains of bacteria and the decline of antibiotic efficacy. As practitioners, it is time to confront the situation.


Controversies in Care

Daily Disposables

Proceedings from a live interactive webinar event, attended by several of the industry’s most renowned contact lens practitioners.

Derail Dropouts

The Argument For Daily Disposable Torics

Practitioners should consider the newest technologies when picking the right modality for their patients.

Down on the Pharm

Glaucoma and the New Prostaglandins

New adjustments to commonly prescribed prostaglandins can help practitioners better treat this form of optic neuropathy.


2012 ARVO Explores Microbial Keratitis

This year’s ARVO meeting explores practitioner strategies and treatment options for microbial keratitis.

Lens Care Update

CL Compliance Mistakes in Your Practice

Here are some common compliance mistakes we find in healthcare settings.

Naked Eye

AK: Let’s Shift the Blame

Acanthamoeba keratitis is not limited to contact lens wear.


In the News

Here is a snapshot of what is happening in the industry.

Out of the Box

The Power of Old Wisdom

While the principles of practice building have not changed, it is time to re-evaluate how you implement those old strategies.

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