Preventing and Managing Edema with Scleral LensesImportant factors include lens material selection, optimization of design, customization with fenestrations and channels and closely monitoring eye health.
Corneal Stromal Abnormalities: Haze, Ectasia, Keratitis and MoreA systematic approach to recognizing these threats to health and function is indispensable.
Managing Contact Lens-associated Red EyeTreatment of these patients requires a stepwise approach.
Detailing the DystrophiesSort out the subtle differences among these corneal anomalies with this overview of presentation and management.
Four Troubleshooting Pearls For Scleral Lens SuccessEarly training can help scleral patients avoid lens wetting issues, midday fogging and other common problems that can lead to dropout.
Herpes Simplex Keratitis: Managing the MasqueraderThis review can help you better identify, diagnose and treat this condition.
Don’t Burst Your BubbleConjunctival lymphangiectasis may be cosmetically troubling to patients but these benign lesions should be left undisturbed.
The COVID Story So FarResearchers are exploring the virus’s ocular implications. Here’s what we currently know.
The Pancake Cornea ConundrumPostsurgical flattening poses unique visual challenges that only GP lenses can counter. Read on to learn how we managed it—and you can, too.
Lids and Lenses: Three Snags to Fitting SuccessSurgical and anatomical complications could throw a wrench in your contact lens fitting process. Here’s what to keep in mind.