- A Caveman Walks Into a Whole Foods…
- 5 Things You May Not Have Known (And Now You Do)
- Fill a Need
- Harsh Conditions for Contacts
- Management Options for Vitreous Opacities
- Educating the Refractive Surgery Patient
- Ocular Surface Disease in Men and Pediatric Patients
- Neurostimulation: Does It Work on Dry Eye?
- Stage 3 Dry Eye Treatments: Punctal Cautery
- IOLs 101
- Tweak That Toric IOL
- Preoperative Workup and IOL Recommendations From Optometrists
- Managing Patient Expectations in the Era of Evolving Technology
- The Role of Optometrists in the Future of Cataract Care
- Preparing Patients for Cataract Surgery
- Contact Lens Fitting in a Patient with ICRS Implants
- The Ins and Outs of Prior Authorizations
- Retaining Talented Staff
- Get to Know Daniel J. Press, OD, FCOVD
“Contact lens fitting in a patient with icrs implants”
Thomas P. Arnold OD
2. Corneal relaxing incisions or limbal relaxing incisions can be used to correct residual mixed astigmatism.
“Tweak that Toric IOL”
Cecelia Koetting, OD
3. Neurostimulation in patients with dry eye disease produces basal tears rather than creating a tear reflex—which may be better for your patients.
“Neurostimulation: Does it Work on Dry Eye?”
Milton M. Hom, OD
“Harsh Conditions for Contacts”
Scott Schachter, OD
5. Patient compliance with drug regimens is generally a function of dosing frequency, which has major implications for glaucoma patients.
“Fill a need”
Introduction by Walt Whitley, OD, MBA