Significant difference from OSD apparent between period of time after surgery, lack of signs
Get a rapid-fire rundown of considerations for multifocal lens success
A recent patient’s experience highlights how autologous serum tears can help heal the ocular surface and provide relief of dry eye symptoms.
Kids with big optic cups make me leery. They always have. I will say that, like most ODs, I have seen far more cases of pediatric physiologic cupping than I have of pediatric glaucoma.
The population of the world is under attack. The robots are coming, the robots are coming.
Alarmist calls abound for the end of human productivity—we are going to get replaced by “the machines.”
Novel therapeutic approaches and drug-delivery technologies are improving control of pain and inflammation after cataract and other ocular surgeries.
Some 65 people from optometric industry and media gathered in early November with New England College of Optometry (NECO).
Intense pulsed light (IPL) technology has the potential to revolutionize dry eye management and ocular surface disease.
Giving thanks sounds like a great idea. The enterprise seems easy enough. However, the days come and the days go with me not exercising the giving of thanks nearly enough. So, here goes…
Meet Selina McGee, OD, FAAO, President Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians