More optometrists are using amniotic membrane
Easy-to-use modality offers exciting benefits for patients.
Handling comorbidities prior to surgery
Addressing issues prior to referral will facilitate the referral process and enable more efficient care for your patient as well as maximize outcomes.
Early CAM therapy kick-starts healing
Combination therapy may reduce adverse events related to corticosteroids alone.
Allergic conjunctivitis is prevalent in youngsters
Set your young patients—and their caregivers—up for success in treatment.
EyeCon 2023 empowers clinical engagement in a relaxed setting
Oluwatosin U. Smith, MD, shares why she is excited for the conference and why it is relevant for today’s ophthalmologists and optometrists.
FDA approves avacincaptad pegol intravitreal solution for treatment of geographic atrophy
The complement C5 inhibitor significantly reduced GA progression.
Cerebral visual impairment
Documenting the visual effects and simplifying visual life.
Taking your practice revenue to the next level
What 1 doctor did to increase their capture rate to over 80%.
Ocular allergies and dry eye disease: Overlapping treatment options
Dual-purpose therapeutics help patients with both conditions.
Enhance surgical outcomes through effective dry eye disease management
Knowing the approach to each step of ocular management can optimize patient vision.
Multifocals for all ages
Making the most of multifocal contact lenses in your practice.
Neural adaptation in refractive care
This neural time warp is seen throughout the optometric examination.
Pachymetry holds a place in patient care
Don’t forget to look at a patient’s optic nerve through a dilated pupil.
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