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How one OD incorporates new contact lens technology in his practice

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Will new contact lens technology bring about better patient care?

David Kading, OD, FAAO, FCLSA lays out the steps his practices take to successfully incorporate new contact lens technology and reviews the questions ODs should ask when doing the same:

· Is this lens going to serve a purpose other than a lens I currently have?

· If so, is it a better technology and is it going to bring about better patient care?

More by Dr. Kading: 4 uses for OCT in OD practices

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