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Full Name: Stephanie L. Woo Name of Practice: Contact Lens Institute of Nevada Setting: Private Practice - Specialty Contact Lenses only Location: Las Vegas, NV Date of Birth: 6-28-85 High School Attended: Lake Havasu High School College Attended: University of Arizona Optometry School Attended: Southern California...
“Disruption” is the king of all buzz words these days. During this episode of the ODs on Facebook Podcast we will be discussing the current and future impacts of disruptive forces in eyecare. Our guests for this episode are...
A good friend of mine, Dr. Jeff Sonsino, recently posted about what the perfect daily lens would consist of. That got me thinking – what would be the perfect lens? First, it would need to be extremely comfortable. The material...
Back on July 19, 2017, a news article came out from CNN about an ophthalmologist, from the United Kingdom who removed 27 contact lenses fused together by mucus from a 67-year-old woman’s right eye. The woman was getting ready...

https://youtu.be/aoty3INtHGY Dr. Richard Hults has been practicing optometry for over 30 years and resides in the Cleveland area. Topics covered include: The history of contact lenses, refraction, astigmatisms, bifocal and multifocal contact lenses, side effects of contact lenses, how to...
A frequent conversation that I have with my patients is lifelong, healthy contact lens wear. My goal for every patient is to obtain optimal vision and comfort with their contact lenses and to be able to wear contact lenses...
As we know, contact lens discomfort is the number one reason for contact lens dropout (followed by vision not being as clear and then cost). When patients come into my office and complain about discomfort, here are some questions...
Contact lens discomfort, along with contact lens dropout, are highly prevalent conditions.1-7 The complete discontinuation of contact lenses is referred to as contact lens dropout. Contact lens dropout remains around 15-20%, even with advanced contact lens materials. A recent study...
Presbyopia is a highly prevalent condition, affecting 2.1 billion people worldwide by 2020.(1) In the US alone, presbyopia affects approximately 90 million adults, and approximately one in four patients are seen by optometrists.(2) Presbyopes compose the largest patient population,...
Contact lens discomfort, along with contact lens dropout, are highly prevalent conditions. (1-7) The complete discontinuation of contact lenses is referred to as contact lens dropout. Contact lens dropout remains around 15-20%, even with advanced contact lens materials. A recent...
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