Mar/Apr 2017


An Abnormal Cornea: A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words

Assessing corneal shape and integrity can be tricky, but the right tools can make all the difference when diagnosing corneal disease.

Cosmetic Contact Lenses for the Deformed Iris

This simple alternative provides added benefits.

Specialty Contact Lenses: Treat Your Keratoconus Patients Right

Here’s an in-depth look at the wide range of options now available.

STUMPED: Demystifying Congenital Corneal Anomalies

Understanding the history of corneal anomalies and where they occur are important steps in preventing long-term complications.

Take a New Look at Colored Lenses

New colored contact lens modalities and expanded technologies offer opportunities for both patient care and practice growth.

Get to Know Your Dystrophies

Differentiating the various etiologies can be difficult, but with the right training and diagnostic tools, you can find the right diagnosis and manage the patient accordingly.


Corneal Consult

Dendrites: Misdiagnosis Not Permitted

Their presence could play an important role in diagnosing and treating herpetic disease.

Fitting Challenges

Foggy with a Chance of Clarity

Here are a few tricks you can use when battling scleral lens fogging.

My Perspective

Amniotic Membrane: A Game-changer?

This treatment modality for recurrent corneal erosion might be the alternative you have been looking for.



LASIK | Legal | Meibomian Gland Dysfunction | Corneal Collagen Crosslinking

Pharma Science & Practice

Going, Going, Gone… Drops, That Is

New treatment options for postoperative care of cataract surgery are minimizing the need for ophthalmic eye drops.

Practice Progress

Seeing the Cornea with OCT Eyes

This diagnostic tool can provide advanced analysis of the anterior segment, corneal pachymetry and more.

The Big Picture

Double Trouble?

Suspected amoebic infection plus fungal superinfection—in a diabetes patient, no less.

The GP Experts

Refractive Surgery Fallout: GPs to the Rescue

Gas permeable lenses are an effective option for overcoming refractive surgery complications.