November/December 2018


Do You Follow These Fitting Principles?

Supplementing the clinical experience with fitting guides will help you keep your custom contact lens patients happy.

Fitting the Surgically Compromised CorneaC.E.

Specialty contact lenses are often the best option for post-corneal surgery patients. Here’s how you can handle these challenging cases.

Making Sense of Scleral Lens Materials

With so many options on the market, it’s hard to make the right choice for each patient. These tips can help.

The Ins and Outs of Wavefront Aberrometry

Combining this technology with corneal topography and medical imaging can help optometrists successfully manage their specialty contact lens patients.

Unique Lenses for Unique Patients

Understanding your patients’ needs ahead of time is half the battle.


Corneal Consult

A Disease in Disguise

Acanthamoeba keratitis may resemble other conditions, making it difficult to catch early enough to preserve visual function.

Fitting Challenges

Out With the Old, in With the New

This patient was able to take off her glasses once and for all and focus solely on contact lens wear with the help of available fitting technologies.

My Perspective

Artificial Intelligence Lightens the Load

Technological advances present tangible benefits for diagnosis and care.

Practice Progress

Treating Presbyopia: An Armamentarium of Options

There’s no lack of methods—just a lack of motivation among many. Patients deserve a chance.

The Big Picture

A Bump in the Road

Superficial granuloma need not contraindicate scleral lens wear—just design around it.

The GP Experts

Spice it Up With Specialty Lenses

Revitalize your practice and learn the services available that can improve your patients’ quality of life.