Optometrists have the best sense of humor.
We say this from experience. Optometry Times
is just one of many medical magazines in our parent company, and we have bragging rights with our fellow editors because we have the coolest doctors (although, we hear the urologists are a pretty good time).
It is in this spirit that we present you with the best optometry memes—and there are some good ones out there. We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we did finding them.
Your patients think you’re just messing with them—but read Dr. Marc Uhler’s advice on easing the anxiety of ‘one or two?’
You probably see those patients every day.
Thankfully, you probably don’t see the patients like the ones in our patient horror stories
roundup. Let’s just say, one of those patients was not able to even pretend that she wasn’t guilty of overwear.
When it seems like Oprah is handing out conjunctivitis like brand new cars, make sure you check out how to manage adenoviral conjunctivitis
Uh oh—looks like Ariel went to Warby.
They may be optometry enemy #1, but check out 3 reasons why you should love Warby
Hey, we’d take the OAT if it meant we got to look deep into Ryan Gosling’s eyes.
But we digress. For all of our optometry students and young ODs out there, check out Dr. Mile Brujic’s advice on why making connections is vital to your optometry career
We bet your optical staff can relate to this one.
There’s not much you can do if a patient’s glasses aren’t ready yet, but check out our story on the growing green trend in optical.
This is probably another one that your optical staff deals with on a regular basis.
And it’s one that’s probably not going away because patients are increasingly responsible for their healthcare costs. Read about that and more in 5 financial challenges ODs will face in 2016
The most wonderful time of the year is usually the most busy time of the year around your practice.
The holidays may be over, but check out our list of 8 things that drive ODs crazy during the holidays.
The things that come out of patients’ mouths some times…
That reminds us of an editorial from our Chief Optometric Editor Dr. Ernie Bowling called patients say the darndest things