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How to get non-symptomatic dry eye patients to comply with treatment

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Dr. Scott Schachter offers advice on how to better manage non-symptomatic dry eye patients and encourage them to comply with your treatment plan

The views expressed here belong to the author. They do not necessarily represent the views of Optometry Times or UBM Medica.

Dr. Scott Schachter offers advice on how to better manage non-symptomatic dry eye patients and encourage them to comply with your treatment plan:

• Ensure they really aren’t symptomatic

• Have conviction that you are making the best decision when you talk to patients

• Share test results and images with patients to help them understand

• Educate patients why you’re making these recommendations

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