Pipeline, research giving insights into treatment options for managing refractive condition
Telemedicine is finding a place for itself in optometry, but should ODs allow it more room?
Good communication is key when it comes to keeping patient needs at the forefront of care.
When ODs see the association between conditions, it can help patients understand treatment
A rapid-fire view of 2019’s best innovations in optometry— that stood out the most to ODs.
Misdiagnosing neuropathy and over-reliance on OCT imaging results are two examples
Get a rapid-fire rundown of considerations for multifocal lens success
Intense pulsed light (IPL) technology has the potential to revolutionize dry eye management and ocular surface disease.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may hold the answers to some of the biggest challenges in optometry, according to Nahida Akter, PhD; Jack Phu, OD, PhD, FAAO; and Christopher Clark, OD, PhD, at the 2019 American Academy of Optometry meeting i
Halting glaucoma progression can be challenging, but as it turns out, medication is not the only tool in an OD’s toolbox. Many factors influence glaucoma progression in patients, some of which may be unrelated to the disease itself.