How ODs should handle non-compliance with contact lens replacement
Doctors should not blame themselves but look to better patient education and daily disposability.
Prevention, artificial intelligence, and the future of optometry
Optometry’s success in the future will depend on the ability of ODs to overcome new challenges.
Laser vision correction: Look backward to move forward
There is a lot to learn from the history of LASIK if ODs are willing to unearth it.
Glaucoma facts: Essential perspectives for long-term management
More knowledge helps dispel myths in diagnosing and treating this sight-stealing disease.
Technological advancements in glaucoma management
Modern optometry can provide advanced outcome support to patients with glaucoma.
Experts offer advice to ODs starting dry eye subspecialty
From developing an office protocol to screening all patients, read these supportive tips.
ODs must raise awareness about glaucoma
Retinal detachment seals itself
The myopia epidemic: Are new therapies in sight?
Identifying the distinct pathways in myopic and hyperopic defocus signals could lead to new anti-myopia drugs.
Your glaucoma patients also have ocular surface disease
Employ treatment strategies that control both conditions with less reliance on drops.
A forecast of the global ocular allergy market
A new age of highly customized therapeutic care is coming to the allergy treatment market.
Coats’ disease: A case study of a 4-year old boy
Early and correct diagnosis of this congenital retinal vasculopathy vital to improve visual outcomes.
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