Silicon Valley Bank failure: What physicians need to know
Many physicians are concerned and seeking advice on whether to move money from local banks to larger banks.
Increase your capture rate with tiered pricing
Implement this strategy in your practice to sell higher-end frames and increase revenue.
Being a woman in optometry
My experience has not always been easy, but it has always been fulfilling.
Basic and beyond: technology for every level of scleral lens management
How to fit lenses with simple devices and when to expand your armature.
The complicated ins and outs of pediatric glaucoma
Pediatric glaucoma, although rare, can cause irreversible vision loss and leave children visually impaired if not treated timely and adequately.
Amniotic membranes: Clinical use for anterior segment disease
Several eye conditions may benefit from membrane application.
Eyes on the future: Meet the female deans leading optometric education
Women head 42% of schools of optometry.
Case report: OCT in the detection and diagnosis of neurofibromatosis type 1
Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is a condition associated with significant systemic morbidity. Abnormal proliferation of cells derived from the neural crest can cause benign and malignant tumors throughout the body in NF1.
Maintaining eye health in 4 simple steps
Help patients establish a daily eye care routine like the one they have for oral health.
Q&A: How is the landscape of geographic atrophy changing?
Pegcetacoplan’s recent FDA approval creates an option for patients with dry AMD.
A pregnancy sleep-OSA-dry eye triad
Recommending a nighttime eye mask and ear plugs may protect the ocular surface.
Going virtual with visual field perimeters
Step up your standard of care, free up office space, and exceed patient expectations by taking advantage of these tools.
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