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It’s been a few months since Essilor of America launched the Ultimate Lens Package, and chances are you’ve already heard about it. While we’re confident our new premium lenses give patients our best in vision, clarity, and protection, we...

https://youtu.be/zZJNl9ioEoA Dr. Morrison is a fellow and board member of the Scleral Lens Education Society, editorial reviewer for the Journal of Contact Lens Research & Science, and a founding member of the Canadian Contact Lens Academy. She has been published...
Healthy eyes result from healthy contact lens wear It is summertime – time for travel, vacations, and fun in the sun! It is also the time of year that we may be out of our daily routines. That makes it...
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,...
The contemporary definition of myopia is a disease based on the latest scientific research. Researchers indicate that myopia is an independent risk factor for glaucoma, cataracts, choroidal neovascular membranes and retinal detachment. In pathological myopia, there is three times...
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...
It's as simple as a phone call... According to numerous studies, contact lens dropout hovers around 15%.1-6 Although patients may have trouble with their contact lenses, sometimes it is unknown if and when contact lens drop out occurs. Perhaps a...
Contact Lens behaviors can have serious consequences It is well known that eye infections related to contact lenses can have serious consequences such as blindness, which may be debilitating. These infections are associated with several risk factors including sleeping in lenses, water...
Are you happy with the way you see the contact lens industry and your practice going? Are your contact lens patients safer with the current regulatory environment that is focused on convenience? I think most of us would agree...
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...
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