Nov/Dec 2012


What Else Can Contacts Do?

New developments in contact lens technology help eye care practitioners better fit current patients, reduce dropouts and simultaneously reach a new audience.

A Closer Look at Corneal Inflammation

Inflammatory events often appear to be similar. This guide will help you make the proper differential diagnosis and select an appropriate treatment.

The Antimicrobial Evolution

With several new therapies in the pipeline, practitioners may soon have a new arsenal of drugs to better treat ocular infections.


Derail Dropouts

From Research to Innovation

Staying tuned in to new developments in contact lens research and technology will enable practitioners to give patients the best of tomorrow’s technology.

Down on the Pharm

A Toolbox Addition

A new Lotemax gel will soon offer easier patient handling, a lower preservative concentration and a more compatible pH level.


The Persistent Acanthamoeba

Practitioners should stay abreast of current research and take a proactive approach to detecting and treating Acanthamoeba keratitis.


In the News

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

Out of the Box

Reward Your VIPs

Give patients extra incentive to arrive on time, pay their bills and stay compliant with your recommendations.

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