Chief Optometric Editor Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, retreats to his car during a rainy day to share happenings in his office. He continues to see 1 patient per hour but wants to see more, and one patient balked at the temperature check.
Melanie Denton Dombrowski, OD, MBA, FAAO, outlines how ODs can get started in creating video content and creating a YouTube channel.
Proceed with caution. This is one of several mantras I have been attempting to live by these last few weeks. As our practices slowly begin to “open back up,” the process has been beset with caution and protective measures.
Chief Optometric Editor Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, checks in during Week 9 of the pandemic. His office is seeing about 1 patient per hour, and he has moved to wearing scrubs in the office. Check out the rest of his update!
Gretchyn Bailey: Hi, everybody, I'm Gretchyn Bailey with Optometry Times®, and I am here with Dr. Viktoria Davis and her son Karl. Dr.
Chief Optometric Editor Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, discusses how his practice is beginning to open and shares one challenging experience. Plus, he still hasn't gotten a haircut.
These are baby cookies. That is all I have to eat at my office.
I'm Dr. Melanie Denton Dombrowski. I'm the owner of Salisbury Eyecare and Eyewear, a practice I started cold 4 years ago in Salisbury, NC.
Viktoria Davis, OD, in Madelia, MN, paired her 12-year-old son Karl’s interest in 3-D printing with healthcare providers’ need for mask holders.
For ODs during the COVID-19 pandemic, failure is not an option.