OSD evaluation remains imperative before cataract referral, even in asymptomatic patients.
More than 30 million people suffer from dry eye syndrome (DES), but less than 1 million are actually receiving treatment.1
It’s another Optometry Times holiday tradition: the end-of-year top stories list.
We calculate what stories our readers—that’s YOU—found worthy of your time.
The ViewPoints Series is an interactive learning module featuring leading industry experts from across the eyecare spectrum. The series leverages the various perspectives of panel participants to create a meaningful conversation on a range of eye health topics and issues related to current clinical data and industry trends.
I am not sure how many of you took driver’s education, but I kinda enjoyed the course. We watched the most outdated movies about how to drive a car. Hollywood had nothing on these movies for the nasty images they would show. This was r
When ODs see the association between conditions, it can help patients understand treatment
Behold the significant, protective power of the eyelids
A rapid-fire view of 2019’s best innovations in optometry— that stood out the most to ODs.
Treating inflammation on anterior service proves to be effective post-surgery
A recent patient’s experience highlights how autologous serum tears can help heal the ocular surface and provide relief of dry eye symptoms.