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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

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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:

• 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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