June 2015


ARVO 2015 Report: Bridging Research & Practice

Our picks for 20 of this year's most clinically relevant papers in the field of cornea and contact lenses.

Diagnostic Imaging Technology for Corneal Analysis

Do you know the latest options for precisely evaluating the cornea?

Doctor, Why Is My Vision Blurry?

Corneal irregularities in pathology cases can reduce vision but are often overlooked, as disease management takes precedence. Here are some things to look for when giving an exam.

The Evolution of Keratoconus Care

Researchers and practitioners alike continue to make advances toward better treatment of this progressive disease. Here’s a look at the current state of affairs.

The Fight Against Discomfort: Innovations in Daily Disposables

New lens materials and technologies are making their way into the market. Here's a refresher on the latest available to your patients.


Derail Dropouts

The Pesky Presbyope

Patients wearing multifocals are just as apt to experience problems as those wearing single vision lenses. But the solutions they need are entirely different.

Lens Care Insights

Here Comes the Sun

Always remind your patients that taking care of the skin around their eyes is just as important as taking care of the eye itself.

My Perspective

Neuropathic Pain and Depression in Dry Eye Sufferers

The connection between ocular surface disease and certain negative stimuli may be greater than previously thought.


Growth Hormone Key to Corneal Wound Healing?

Human growth hormone may accelerate reepithelialization.

In Brief

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

Treating Dry Eye with Lactoferrin-Loaded Lenses

Lactoferrin delivery could help prevent the effects of oxidative stress on the tear fluid.

Out of the Box

Got a Plan?

A business plan for your practice, that is.

The GP Experts

GP Innovation is Alive and Well!

With new designs and a renewed interest in sclerals, the time-tested rigid lens is better than ever.