- Chocolate and Onions
- 5 Things You May Not Have Known (And Now You Do)
- Special Report: TFOS DEWS II
- Contact Lenses for a Young Athlete
- Scleral Lenses: From the Renaissance to the 21st Century
- Stage 3 Dry Eye Treatments: Amniotic Membrane Grafts
- CTX? Never Heard of It
- Orthokeratology for Myopia Control: An Introduction
- Collaborative Care: A Win-Win
- Facilitating Coordinated Care for Diabetic Retinopathy
- A Team Approach to Premium IOLs
- Back-to-School Pearls
- Back to Campus
- Back-to-School Eye Care
- The Role of Aesthetics in an Optometric Practice
- Intro to Injectables
- Going From Gere to Gosling: The Male Side of Aesthetics
- Aesthetics by the Numbers
- Make Patients Aware of UV Risks
- NSAIDs: Where Are We in 2017?
- Get to Know Margie Recalde, OD
- Investing in Better Patient Care
1. Leonardo da Vinci first conceptualized scleral lenses in the 16th century.
Melissa Barnett, OD
2. Ultraviolet rays are categorized into three subdivisions based on wavelength.
Rachel Grant, OD
3. CTX, an autosomal recessive lipid storage disease, usually manifests as pediatric bilateral cataracts.
Mel Friedman, OD
4. Contacts lenses that filter blue-light may be a smart choice for patients—even those who do not spend much time in front of a computer.
Jaime Falco, OD
5. An injection of botulinum toxin into the lateral brow and glabella may open a patient’s periocular region.
Wendy W. Lee, MD