Dr. Chad Rosen is assistant professor at Michigan College of Optometry. He spends time fitting specialty contact lens patients in clinic and enjoys lecturing on contact lens topics.
Using tinted contact lenses in practiceJune 10th 2016
From the first introduction on the cinematic screens for visual effects in 1950 to its mainstream use today for masking both natural iris pigment and ocular disfigurement, colored contact lenses are an important addition to your contact lens toolbox. Industry has made fitting this type of lens more appealing by offering improvements in color matching techniques and healthier materials compatible with commercially available inks and dyes.