silicone hydrogel lenses

IOL selection important in patients with retinal diseaseWhen dealing with patients with retinal disease, macular disease, or a meaningful risk of retinal detachment, certain types of IOLs should be avoided due to potential complications.
Sizing up daily disposable contact lensesMost ODs could list all the missing items in their contact lens supply line. They could construct a wish list of products they would like to see available in the future. On days when we find ourselves ransacking the contact lens trial room, ODs may think technology is moving too slowly. Perhaps it’s time for some needed perspective.
Patient perception vs. reality with compliance
Patient perception vs. reality with complianceWell, here we are, another year behind us, another new start ahead. And what made the cutoff for our list of resolutions? Lose 10 pounds, wake up earlier, save more money, make more family time? But wait—how can we possibly forget everyone’s list topper: To rub your contact lenses every day and replace the solution, to throw your lenses out on time?
Specialty lens advances expand options for patients with corneal ectasiaSpecialty lenses are filling the gap for patients with corneal ectasia who previously were considered intolerant of contact lenses.