MIGS dramatically transforms glaucoma management
Revolutionized treatment offers favorable safety profile, quick postop recovery
New treatments and surgeries are transforming the glaucoma landscape
Advancements in medications and lasers bring better adherence and outcomes.
A guide to the latest presbyopia-correcting IOLs
Latest offerings create myriad options for patients who desire freedom from glasses
Optometry Times® Welcomes Optometric Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Society (OCCRS) to Strategic Alliance Partnership (SAP) Program
OCCRS seeks to establish a home for optometric clinicians, researchers, and business owners in the field of refractive technologies.
The relationship among ocular surface disease, presbyopia, and cataracts
Address near vision comfort for patients of all ages, and start while they are young
When patients with dry eye want keratorefractive surgery
Look for the condition and manage it prior to recommending patients proceed with a procedure
Understand neuropathic pain treatments
Why ODs should discuss mask-associated dry eye with patients
With timely information, ODs can better inform patients about OSD
The challenge of measuring IOP in COVID era
Is noncontact tonometry still safe to use?
Know the ocular effects of tear gas
Water increases the effect of some pepper chemicals
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