November 2015


Corneal Astigmatism Correction During Cataract Surgery

Surgeons have more options—and decisions—than ever before.

Prepping the Surgical Eye

In many anterior ocular surgeries, good ocular surface integrity is vital to postoperative success.

Something to SMILE About?

How does the newest refractive procedure measure up against LASIK?

Staying in Shape: Post-Surgical Keratoconic Lens Placement

Can additional surgery be avoided in a keratoconus patient who requires better functional vision?

Supercharge Your Contact Lens Profitability

Specialty lenses and properly priced professional expertise can boost the revenue in your contact lens business.

The Cataract Patient is a Dry Eye Patient

Both conditions require attention and intervention.


Corneal Consult

When the Going Gets Tough

How do you handle a complex bacterial complication from a simple LASIK procedure?

Lens Care Insights

The Never-ending Story

When we already struggle with patient compliance, how are we going to get patients to add even more steps?

My Perspective

Generic Drugs: More Than Meets the Eye?

Not all drugs are created equal. Be aware of these potential differences.


Contact Lenses Further Dilute Topical Drops

Certain contact lens materials may inhibit treatment of ocular surface disease.

In Brief

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

Topical Presbyopia Correction Takes a Step

Eye drops may one day compete with lenses.

Out of the Box

Reach Out

Want to increase revenue for your contact lens practice? Aim for the sky.

Pharma Science & Practice

Lifitegrast in Limbo

The FDA recently requested more data on this investigational dry eye drug. What’s known—and what’s next?

Practice Progress

New Kid on the Block

Got a problem post-surgical patient? Try looking at the newest modalities for answers.

The GP Experts

Playing the Field: How Manufacturers Can Help You

Having trouble fitting GP lenses in your practice? Don’t be afraid to ask for help from the outside.