Bonnie An Henderson, MD


EnVision Summit 2024: Incorporating diversity, family into eye care meetings with Dr Bonnie An Henderson

Bonnie An Henderson, MD, cofounder of EnVision Summit, sits down with Optometry Times to detail the upcoming event that takes a unique, family-friendly approach to centering diversity in the eye care profession.

Mark T. Dunbar, OD, FAAO


Dr. Dunbar: What I wish I knew before entering optometry

Mark T. Dunbar, OD, FAAO, shares what he wished he knew before entering the optometric profession.

Jon Carter


Optic relief: Losing steps

Check out this week's cartoon!

George Paul, OD


Patient experiences sudden decrease in vision

Imaging shows optic disc swelling and retinal nerve fiber layer thickening

Kambiz Silani, OD


Dry eyes: A price to pay for clear skin?

When oral acne treatments lead to ocular surface disease, the solution lies in office-based therapies.

Jorge L. Alió, MD, PhD, FEBO


Cosmetic surgery of the cornea: A new type of surgery

Keratopigmentation technique offers therapeutic and cosmetic applications.

Pierce Kenworthy, OD


NOA 2023: Corneal injuries, dystrophies, and catastrophes—oh my!

Pierce Kenworthy, OD, gives the crowd at NOA 2023 an in-depth look at the cornea and all the dangers that could befall it. He details what clinicians should look for and when to refer to an ophthalmologist for surgery.

Arjan Hura, MD


Controversies in Modern Eye Care 2023: That's a wrap!

The co-chairs of the 2023 Controversies in Modern Eye Care symposium reflect on the day.

Oluwatosin U. Smith, MD


Double trouble: Glaucoma and corneal pathology

Oluwatosin U Smith, MD, urges consideration of the interaction between corneal and glaucomatous disease whenever treating glaucoma or corneal issues during the annual Glaucoma 360 meeting in San Francisco, California.

Lindsey Boody, OD


Autism spectrum disorder in children requires patience, flexibility

How to tailor an eye examination and what technology to consider.

Dr. Scott Edmonds, chief eye care officer, UnitedHealthcare


5 tips to help block blue light in an increasingly remote world

As consistent use of digital devices remains a fact of life for people of virtually all ages, consider this expert advice

Thomas E. Sullivan, MD


Improve medication adherence with technology

Technology can facilitate secure communication between physician and patient

Christopher S. Wolfe, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO


Visualizing periphery is part of a comprehensive eye exam

When preventing disease, optometrists should not give away any care

Kristen Ingenito, MBA


G360 2023: A bird’s eye view of innovation

Kristen Ingenito, MBA, gives key takeaways from her G360 presentation, "A bird’s eye view of innovation."

Jason E. Vice, PhD, OT, SCLV


A new era of assistive technology for patients with low vision

OrCam devices incorporate cutting-edge AI advancements that empower patients to live more independent lives.

James Deom, OD, MPH, FAAO, FSLS


ODs can fill need for postconcussion vision rehab

Educate providers, build a referral network, and add tools of the trade

Denise Whittam, OD


Tackling the problem of contact lens dropout from presbyopia

With advanced, easy-to-fit multifocal lens technologies, patients don’t need to compromise

Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO, FSLS, FBCLA, FEAOO


Dr. Michaud's #1 tip for managing dry eye

Langis Michaud, OD, MSc, FAAO, FSLS, FBCLA, FEAOO, shares his number 1 tip for managing dry eye.

Ruth Shoge, OD, MPH, FAAO


Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging—in practice

As efforts continue across the globe, optometrists need to take action in clinics.

Phillip T. Yuhas, OD, PhD, FAAO


AAOpt 2022: The emerging role of biomechanics in glaucoma

Phillip T. Yuhas, OD, PhD, FAAO, discusses key takeaways from his presentation, "Stress management: the emerging role of ocular biomechanics in glaucoma," which he presented during the 2022 AAOpt.

Brandon Grama


New topical therapies for dry eye disease

Nasal spray may fill the gaps left by artificial tears.

Srinivas Kondapalli, MD


Biofilm busting 101

An overview of current ocular biofilm removal procedures

Karen Walsh, BSc(Hons) PGDip MCOptom FIACLE


Moving beyond refractive error correction

Prepare for the future of contact lenses with innovations on the horizon

Peg Achenbach, OD, FAAO


G360 2024: Rehashing glaucoma treatments with Dr Michael Chaglasian

Optometry Times chats with Michael Chaglasian, OD, FAAO during this year's Glaucoma 360 meeting in San Francisco, California.

Salvador Gonzalez Jr, OD


Current glaucoma treatments bring challenges

Optometrists must identify and mitigate complications for this patient base.

Melissa Levine, OD


Higher-order aberration correction with scleral lenses

When considering the best modality these lenses' stability are superior.

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