William B. Trattler, MD


Keratoconus and perfect vision: Is it possible?

Eye care providers need to look beyond visual acuity in screening for keratoconus.

Corina van de Pol, OD, PhD, FAAO


Small aperture IOL technology offers benefits to patients, optometrists

Individuals often have questions about their candidacy for certain implants and how the various mechanisms of action work.

Graham Hughes, MD


Can AI rescue physicians from EHR woes?

The next frontier of software to reduce physicians’ documentation burdens

Eris Jordan, OD


Restoring sight against all odds

Clinical trial launch proves transformative for one optometrist’s career

Janette Pepper, OD, FCOVD


How to overcome cultural barriers for effective patient communication

Effective communication is imperative for patient adherence, it increases patient outcomes, and it reduces malpractice risks.

Kent Uehara, OD, FAAO


Reviewing a patient’s systemic history is critical when treating for OSD

Staying up-to-date on all things ocular is imperative in ocular surface disease.

Alan Kwok, OD, FAAO, FSLS


How to fit scleral lenses with confidence and caution

Closely monitor patient over time for continued corneal health and good fit

Alexis G. Malkin, OD


VEW 2022: Integrating low vision into everyday practice

Alexis Malkin, OD, FAAO, highlights her Vision Expo West 2022 presentation titled, "Expand your practice: how to integrate low vision into everyday patient care and improve outcomes."

Bradley Middaugh, OD


Why you should consider adding pediatrics to your practice

Dedicating part of your practice to a pediatric patient base allows you to have fun, as well as continue growing your practice.

Diana Do, MD


Achieving improved outcomes through partnerships between optometrists and retina specialists

Considerations in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema.

Todd Shryock


34% of doctors report increased medical errors due to staffing shortages

Chronic staffing shortages are affecting both patient care and physicians’ well-being.

Scott Forman, MD


Patient experiences sudden decrease in vision

Imaging shows optic disc swelling and retinal nerve fiber layer thickening

Alexis Meyer


Scholarship offers opportunity, empowerment to second annual recipient

Optometry Times' editor Kassi Jackson speaks with Lauretta Justin, OD, founder of Optometry Divas, and Alexis Meyer, a third year student at UC Berkeley School of Optometry and recipient of Optometry Divas' second annual CEO of You scholarship.

Lorne Yudcovitch, OD, MS, FAAO


Imaging helps to identify retinal disease

Fundus autofluorescence may hold potential in diagnosing SARS-CoV-2 infection

Chris Kruthoff, OD, FAAO


When times aren’t “20/happy”

Many systemic conditions have higher incidence with depression, anxiety

Richard Castillo, OD, DO


Screening for carcinoma is an important service to provide to patients

Richard Castillo, OD, DO, discusses the key takeaways from his presentation on carcinoma screenings for eyelids, and emphasizes why such screenings are such a critical component of primary eye care.

Gregory Caldwell, OD, FAAO


Don’t let your patients fall behind: The future of AMD care

The eye care community is moving toward a more disruption-resistant system of care, from wearable tech to VEGF-eluting implants.

Robert Stamper, MD


G360 2023: Home tonometry: Worth the pressure?

Robert Stamper, MD, gives key takeaways from his G360 presentation, "Home tonometry: Worth the pressure?"

Pinakin G. Davey, OD, PhD


Treat digital eye strain with a comprehensive strategy and nutritional approach

Pinakin Davey, PhD, OD, FAAO, gives key highlights from his AAOpt 2022 presentation, "Management of digital eye strain: comprehensive strategy and nutritional approach."

Francis S. Mah, MD


Role of Aceclidine in Presbyopia Treatment

Expert eye care specialists comment on the use of aceclidine as a selective miotic for the treatment of presbyopia.

Alex Nixon, OD, MS, FAAO


Alex Nixon, OD, MS, FAAO presents J&J Vision findings from new myopia research at AAO

New research explores visual symptoms and their impact in children wearing soft contact lenses for myopia control

Kristan Lanza, COA


Proper documentation helps assure prior authorizations

Newer dry eye medications require approval, and charting helps prove the need.

Kyra Dorgeloh, OD


OCT, OCTA show promise in screening for DR

This imaging technique provides depth-resolved images of retinal vasculature.

John Buch, OD, MS


HEV filter contact lens technology helps reduce light scattering

John Buch, OD, MS, with JJV, shares an update on the company's HEV filter contact lens.

Andrew Rixon, OD, FAAO


OCT in glaucoma management: Green isn’t always clean

Avoid color-scheme bias and vet all data before making treatment decisions

Denise A. Valenti, OD, FAAO


New technology will allow roadside simulation for research on cannabis use and driving

Denise A. Valenti, OD, FAAO, gives key takeaways from her AAOpt 2022 discussion on the impact of marijuana use and driving.

Nicholas Colatrella, OD, FAAO, Dipl AAO, ABO, ABCMO


Ocular findings of COVID-19

COVID-19 affects every part of the eye, front to back.

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