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Mile Brujic, OD, FAAO
Contact lens wear is a tremendous portion of many optometry practices. Many patients come to ODs because of their ability to provide comfortable vision with contact lenses.
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Evolving technologies have offered patients opportunities to wear contact lenses more comfortably and conveniently than in previous years. This has been brought about through the evolution of daily disposable contact lens options.
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New thoughts on managing anterior segment disease are prompting opportunities for a healthier ocular surface.
Determining if your practice is up or down in certain categories from one year to the next can prove to be challenging. David Kading, OD, FAAO, FCLSA, and Mile Brujic, OD, FAAO, discuss why finding the right EHR platform to monitor the metrics important to you is the key to properly monitoring your practices overall health.
Patients present with contact lens discomfort for a variety of reasons. Mile Brujic, OD, FAAO, and David Kading, OD, FAAO, FCLSA, explain why proper lid hygiene may be the key to increasing contact lens comfort.
Comprehensive ocular examinations can provide an OD with an inside look into a patient's health. Mile Brujic, OD, and David Kading, OD, discuss the importance of using upper eyelid eversion during the exam to unleash significant information about a patient's ocular surface and systemic health.
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