Drops vs inserts: Which increases adherence?
For patients with keratoconus-related inflammation, an intracanalicular steroid insert rivals the effectiveness of eye drops while boosting adherence.
The future of telehealth in primary eye care
AI may play an important role in patient communication and treatment.
Exploring the Black health care experience
Optometrists must consider the experience of the person in the chair.
Artificial intelligence in eye care
The good, the bad, and the questionable.
The right fit: Pairing contact lenses and DED therapy deters dropout
Retain patients and recapture dropouts with a tandem approach.
Drops are changing the future of presbyopia treatment
Here’s why formulation matters.
Pearls for integrating dry eye disease management into your practice
Collaboration between ophthalmologists, optometrists can boost early detection.
Fortified antibiotic advance improves corneal infection treatment paradigm
Private practice eye care providers’ ability to immediately administer antibiotic eye drops or have them overnighted to the patient is a giant step forward for practice and patient.
A deeper look at pegcetacoplan
The first approved GA treatment leaves room for additional therapies.
Embarking on the quest for comfortable presbyopia correction
Innovations in multifocal contact lenses have expanded options.
BRIO-1 study results show renewed hope for medical presbyopia correction
Results of the BRIO-I study, the first of 2 phase 3 clinical trials of Brimochol PF, a topical, fixed-dose combination for the treatment of presbyopia, have recently been released.
Mitochondrial DNA copies lower in patients with high-tension glaucoma
Patients with HTG had significantly fewer mtDNA copies per nuclear DNA.
Virtual staff: Is it time to make the leap?
Understanding the role of virtual staff and considering the pros and cons.
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