Online refractions, are you ready? They haven't really even started…I’m talking about online refractions and in its wake another wave – a wave of teleconference medicine will come and you better have your swim trunks on. If you would like to...
  Don't swim in your lenses When a new contact lens wearer comes in for their application/removal/lens care training, we always review proper lens care/handling with them.   Make sure you wash your hands before handling lenses. Put any makeup on after...
Office space for some is a none issue Oh, the envy I have when I visit friends with luxurious 10+ lane offices with so much space they have a Starbucks inside of them! In Brooklyn where space is typically around...
You can build a successful practice - not simply contact lens practice – but PRACTICE – via contact lens correction of the presbyopic patient.  The various GP lens designs available today have an important role in helping you achieve...
A patient calls in the evening in pain. The OD says to come in the next day or if the pain persists, go to the ER. The next day, after an ER visit, the patient will not return to...
Resources for Contact Lenses As practitioners, we often times run into that challenging soft multifocal patient, or that bitoric gas permeable lens fit that we can't seem to get right. It is very helpful to know what resources we have...
In this interesting article, it describes how the future of the smart contact lens can help monitor and detect diseases. Information from these smart contact lenses can tell information about blood sugar levels and eye pressure. How will this...

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