Lubricating eye drops are common first-line therapies for dry eye, but no drops truly replicate the biochemistry of natural tears. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) could change all that.
Get ready to tackle any double vision cases that walk into your exam room. Use this guide, with a comprehensive downloadable flowchart, to learn the latest on diagnosing diplopia.
Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery offers many benefits for both patients and surgeons alike. Discover the advantages of incorporating FLACS in your surgical practice and how to begin doing so.
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Dry eye disease is a common pathophysiological process that affects millions. The risk for dry eye increases after cataract surgery, but physicians are prepared with a multitude of treatments!
As myriad new options become available to clinicians, glaucoma treatment may never be the same. Discover what’s new in glaucoma management in 2021!
By 2030, in the USA alone, 3.6 million people are projected to have age-related macular degeneration. However, this potentially devastating disease often goes undiagnosed. To ensure this doesn't happen in your practice, read on to gain a deeper understanding of AMD.
Between reading detailed articles on glaucoma and managing difficult cases, we all need some form of comic relief at the end of the day. This article presents the top 20 memes (hand-picked) to which all eyecare professional can relate. So sit back and enjoy!
With a record number of attendees, the Eyes on Glaucoma event was a resounding success, with a net promoter score of 77 and 7 hours of free, COPE-approved continuing education. Eyes On Glaucoma 2022 in the works!