Dr. Geffen is interested in refractive surgery and contact lenses. He discloses relationships with Alcon, Bausch + Lomb, Eyecare Live, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Novartis, Sun Pharma, and TearLab.
Smart contact lens update
New devices will monitor health, enhance vision, and treat the eye
The time is now for optometry and telehealth
The profession has the opportunity to improve patient health via technology
Spectacle lenses offer relief for headaches, ocular symptoms
Offer contact lens innovations to your patient
Are we innovating new ideas, products, and systems? If not, what does that hold for the future of our profession? This may not be something that you think much about, but it is the thing which I believe holds the future of optometry in its hands.
Prevent dropout by asking the right questions
Patients do not decide suddenly to drop out of lens wear. It is a progression that may occur over months or years.
Why do you choose that contact lens?
Today’s contact lens practice has an abundance of choices for almost every patient. We can pick a soft or gas permeable material, custom or conventional, multifocal or monovision.
Embracing new contact lens technology
I recently attended one of our Optometry Times webinars, “Increasing your successful multifocal fits,” presented by our Editorial Advisory Board member David Geffen, OD, FAAO. David is one of the sharpest ODs I know, and his mastery of the subject matter was evident. I consider myself to be up to speed on this topic and was amazed at what I didn’t know!
The value of a contact lens patient
The general feeling is that the eyeglass patient is much more profitable to a practice then the contact lens patient. Let’s look at this misconception in some detail.
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