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Preparing your patient for PRKPhotorefractive keratectomy (PRK) was the original excimer laser procedure approved by the FDA—and is still a safe and effective treatment of refractive errors. PRK has the benefits of no-flap creation; therefore, there is no risk of flap complications.
Developing contact lens technology at Global Contact Lens ForumAt its fourth annual gathering at Vision Expo East, the Global Contact Lens Forum addressed developing technologies with research and development (R&D) scientists, evidence-based eye care, and contact lens practice settings.
Upgrade your patients to new technologyWith much of the digital revolution occurring after 2008 and most contact lens technology developing well before it, there is an inherent design feature mismatch. The majority of the available contact lenses are not designed for how patients are using their eyes.
5 things you missed at SECO 2017 in Atlanta
5 things you missed at SECO 2017 in AtlantaSECO 2017 has come to a close, but Optometry Times has you covered with things you may have missed while taking in a lecture, perusing the exhibit hall, or exploring Atlanta’s Centennial Park.
7 things you missed at Vision Expo East 2016Even if you made it to New York for last week’s Vision Expo East, there’s a good chance you didn’t catch all the big news that came out of the show.
Q&A: Mary K. Mercado, digital marketing manager for CooperVision, Inc.I always had in my head that I was going to be a doctor. I was specifically in molecular biology, and chemistry was just side gig. So, I had the dream of being an optometrist, got accepted to optometry school and decided it wasn’t for me at the last minute. So, I turned to chemistry, and chemistry was my backup plan.
6 things you missed at Vision Expo West 2015Even if you made it to Las Vegas for Vision Expo West 2015, there’s a good chance you didn’t catch all the action. Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered.
What you missed at AOA 2015During a session at Optometry’s Meeting 2015 that discussed the future of optometry and eye care, ClearVision Optical President David Friedfeld told attendees how 3D printing technology will change the optical industry.
3 things you need to know from AOA 2015The American Optometric Association (AOA) officially began enrolling optometrists in its AOA Measures and Outcomes Registry for Eyecare (MORE) this week during Optometry’s Meeting 2015 in Seattle.
UPP: A good decision for our patients
UPP: A good decision for our patientsSince 2013, one by one, the four major contact lens manufacturers (Johnson & Johnson, Alcon, Bausch + Lomb, and CooperVision) have enacted pricing policies that seek to limit what contact lens discounters can charge for certain products.